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Hi,
Send your application snap shots then i will help you to close your pos batch.

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Posted on Apr 01, 2011

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This is most likely cause by a crupt transaction or a transaction that is not aloud stuck inside the terminal. Once you batch out contact your processing comapnyask them if they see you current batch you jut settled. If so they will need to clear the the terminal and up the batch number. Just make sure all of your sale are settled with your processign comapny before you go ahead and clear the terminal.

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