cash with order (CWO)

Definition of "cash with order (CWO)"
  1. A payment mode where cash is exchanged at the time of order, creating a binding agreement between the purchaser and provider
How to use "cash with order (CWO)" in a sentence
  1. Due to their strict money handling policies, the company issued a cash with order (CWO) mandate.
  2. The buyer requested a cash with order (CWO) to ensure the seller adhered to the agreed deal.
  3. The transaction was enabled as a cash with order (CWO), guaranteeing the commitment of both involved parties.

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