Amounts added


Amounts added
  An ISO term.
  ISO Standard Telex Formats term. Amounts added to the principal amount of a collection. 6*35x.
  ISO Securities Message Types term. Amounts added, such as commission or other fees, to the principal amount. 6*35x.

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