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1. PayPal (Support 24-Hour Automatically Paying)
SecuExpress receipt PayPal account: email@example.com
PayPal is an international e-commerce business allowing payments and money transfers to be made through the Internet. Online money transfers serve as electronic alternatives to paying with traditional paper methods, such as checks and money orders.
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2. Western Union
The Western Union Company is a financial services and communications company based in the United States. Its North American headquarters is in Meridian, Colorado, though the postal designation of nearby Englewood is used in its mailing address. Up until it discontinued the service in 2006, Western Union was the best-known U.S. Company in the business of exchanging telegrams.
3. TT (Telegraphic Transfer) in advance
Telegraphic Transfer or Telex Transfer, often abbreviated to TT, is a historic term used to refer to an electronic means of transferring funds overseas. A transfer charge is collected while sending money. Historically "T/T," meant a cable message from one bank to another in order to effect the transfer of money. Prior to the existence of electronic payment networks this was often directly between banks via a Telex message. It is now most often used in UK Banking and in law to refer to either a CHAPS transfer for domestic transfers or a SWIFT transfer for international transfers.
4. L/C (Letter of credit) at sight
A letter of credit is a document issued by a financial institution, or a similar party, assuring payment to a seller of goods and/or services provided certain documents have been presented to the bank. These are documents that prove that the seller has performed the duties under an underlying contract (e.g., sale of goods contract) and the goods (or services) have been supplied as agreed. In return for these documents, the beneficiary receives payment from the financial institution that issued the letter of credit. The letter of credit serves as a guarantee to the seller that it will be paid regardless of whether the buyer ultimately fails to pay. In this way, the risk that the buyer will fail to pay is transferred from the seller to the letter of credit's issuer. The letter of credit can also be used to ensure that all the agreed upon standards and quality of goods are met by the supplier, provided that these requirements are reflected in the documents described in the letter of credit.