Definitions for "Endorser"
Technically, an endorser is anyone who signs the back of a financial instrument. In lending, the term is used as functional equivalent of a guarantor. A loan endorser usually signs a guaranty agreement included on the promissory note form, often on the back.
a person who transfers his ownership interest in something by signing a check or negotiable security
Person who agrees to be liable for repayment of the loan if the borrower does not pay the loan as agreed. The endorser is secondarily liable for the debt. Federal PLUS loans may have endorsers.
The mechanism in most image transports that prints a stamp endorsement or bitonal image on the back of a physical item.
An ink-jet or dot-matrix attachment on a scanner that prints a text string on a page as it is scanned. Sometimes called an imprinter.
A mechanism found on some scanners that print an incremental number on an image, which facilitates document indexing.
Keywords:  indorser
Same as Indorser.
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Any person guaranteeing in writing repayment of a loan to the political committee. Shall be reported by name, address, date, amount endorsed, as well as occupation and employer if amount endorsed exceeds $500.
the individual who appears in a commercial or advertisement in support of the advertiser or its product; see endorsement.
someone who expresses strong approval