The word merchant is a noun. Merchant means (1) a businessperson engaged in retail trade.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word merchant.
PriceGrabber is an online comparison-shopping site. It contains free and unbiased ratings of products, services, merchandise, and sellers. Users can search by kind of product or service. There are also links to rebates and merchant
coupons. Merchants without a website can sell their products through PriceGrabber's services.
- Shell Group
This is the website for Shell, a global group of oil and petrochemical companies in 130 countries. The company was started in 1833 by a London merchant
who began to market oriental shells. His descendants moved into the oil importing business in the 1880s. The website provides a history of the company, description of its products, locations, mission, environmental philosophy, and more.
- Visa USA
Visa, headquartered in San Francisco, began in 1958 as BankAmericard; it changed its name to Visa in 1976. Over 13,000 financial institutions are members of Visa, which has over 520 million card holders in the U.S. Visa-branded cards are accepted at nearly 7 million merchant
locations, and $17 of ever $100 is charged on Visa. Users to the website can find out about the types of cards and services.
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Merchant Ship Loaded with Cargo Containers
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