notes or accounts receivables that result from sales transactions are often called ‘loan’ documents. They are a debt, usually evidenced by a promissory note, that is often secured by collateral. The borrower pays the lender for a service or good received under a contract (such as a purchase of a house or car). The lender, in turn, returns the service or good to the borrower.
The term is also commonly used as a synonym for “accounts receivable.” In this case, the seller receives a good or service in return for paying the seller for it.
This is a term applied to any type of agreement or transaction that a party must pay money to another party to receive some benefit. For example, one way you might pay for a house is by filling out a contract with a seller in order to buy the house. Another example is the payment of a debt, where the debtor pays the creditor with the intention of receiving the creditor’s goods or services. The same is true for the buyer as well as for seller and creditor.
When a transaction is initiated, a transaction account is established, and the parties agree upon the amount to be paid to the buyer in exchange for the agreed amount being purchased. Once the seller has paid the buyer the agreed amount, the account is credited with the amount paid. The payment is then cleared by the seller, and the account is closed. If the transaction did not succeed, the seller might have to pay the buyer the agreed amount or he might be responsible for the amount being owed.
In our case, it just so happens a customer sold us a car, and a couple of days later when we paid the balance, the sale had not been closed and was not even confirmed to have been closed. In order to avoid this, we had to do a few things. First, we had to create a new transaction account. Second, we had to create an account for the customer. Third, we had to pay the customer the agreed amount.
The last step is to pay the customer the agreed amount. But we forgot to pay him. We should have paid him the agreed amount, but then we’d have to pay him the difference between what we paid him and what the transaction account balance was. The customer had to pay the difference. So he paid us. We are still in the same position we were in when we were paying the transaction account balance.
If that wasn’t bad enough, the customer just forgot our account number and our payment was not confirmed by the customer. And that’s just the beginning. If we don’t pay the customer, we will be in a lot more trouble. We must pay the customer.
So we must pay the customer and the account that was not paid. And the account that was not paid is the customer.
Now, this makes sense. When we pay the transaction account balance, we get our account number which is what we need in order to pay our customers. The problem is if we fail to pay the customer, we will lose the customer, and the customer will lose the customer. And this is why we must pay the customer.