Association for Payment Clearing Services


Association for Payment Clearing Services
Association for Payment Clearing Services Associˌation for ˈPayment ˌClearing ˌServices abbreviation APACS noun
FINANCE ORGANIZATIONS an organization in Britain that manages and controls payments made from bank accounts and payments using credit cards — see also BACS

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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