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Hi, It is: Comerciante (masculino y femenino). Best regards,

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Answered: What are disadvantages of virtual merchants?

It's true, a virtual merchant account is a high markup situation where you never get a good rate or transaction fee. Anytime there's a middleman involved, you're chance at a low rate or transaction fees go out the window. Most places like that charge about double the rate and triple to ten times the ...

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Answered: Whats a new word for cool

I have heard a lot of people saying "sick" lately but I don't think it's that new. There are so many classics like "awesome" and "sweet". You can always go by Outkast's example and say "ice-cold!" :)
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