noncustomer

noncustomer

(ˌnɒnˈkʌstəmə)
n
(Commerce) a person who is not the customer of a particular establishment, or a person who does not buy a product or service
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A Killearn business has installed a barrier at its car park in a bid to deter noncustomer parking.
First of all, before calling a lawyer to review every payment from a noncustomer that your business has ever received, be assured that Walldesign is the horror story exception and not the rule.
This finding is likely the result of this population's use of, and feelings and attitudes about, computers and the Internet; 63 percent (17) of noncustomer interviewees reported being comfortable with Internet use to find general information, but reported that they tended to enlist support from a third party, such as a family member or service hotline, for more specific or complex tasks, such as contracting.
(256) Absent some system for spreading the costs of the system to those noncustomer beneficiaries, prospective investors do not anticipate being fully compensated for the benefits their investment creates, suggesting a role for government in this market.
"In addition, the noncustomer contact positions, such as processors and underwriters, play a key part in the success of any mortgage banker's ability to serve his or her clients.
Under Rule 17a-5, paragraph (a)(5), the SEC now requires quarterly filing of the Form Custody by all broker/dealers, regardless of whether the broker/dealer maintains custody of customer and noncustomer assets.
Both of the sums related to a central, noncustomer, account, which he raided between September 1, 2001 and July 11 last year.
We will introduce the customer roles by analogy, reviewing essential noncustomer roles that occur within manufacturing supply chains and showing corresponding customer roles that occur in SSCs.
The research offers a comprehensive look at current awareness levels, household penetration, framing habits, and customer and noncustomer profiles.
Business owners assume liability as soon as a customer or noncustomer sets foot on their property.