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credit note

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Trade
credit noteˈcredit note noun [countable] British English  BBTa document given to a customer who is owed money, for example because they have returned goods
Examples from the Corpus
credit noteOn 5 September a credit note No. 19 was received from A. Creditor in respect of damaged goods valued £5.00 returned by the hotel.The credit note is entered in the customer's returns outwards book and in turn posted to the suppliers' ledger accounts.
From Longman Business Dictionarycredit noteˈcredit note [countable] British EnglishCOMMERCE a document sent to a customer who is owed money, for example because they have returned goods SYN credit receipt AmEWe’ve introduced electronic debit and credit notes which go straight to a client’s account. note
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