How Do Aggregators Work?

What is an aggregator service?

An aggregator is an entity that purchases mortgages from financial institutions and then securitizes them into mortgage-backed securities (MBSs).

Aggregators can be the issuing banks of the mortgages or subsidiaries within the financial institutions themselves..

What is the purpose of an aggregator?

In the digital finance ecosystem, aggregators function as the glue that helps entities like businesses, governments and donors easily connect with a variety of payment platforms–like mobile money services or banks—and the customers who pay via those services.

How do aggregators make money?

Aggregator builds up his own brand and tries to attract customers through many marketing strategies. Customers make purchases through the aggregator. Partners get the customers as promised. Aggregator gets the commission.

Is Amazon an aggregator?

Amazon is an aggregator who aggregates sellers – which they pay for except for the fees – to customers with whom they have an exclusive relationship at scale.

For all of the attention that news aggregators have received, no case in the United States has yet definitively addressed the question of whether their activities are legal. Only a small number of lawsuits have been brought against news aggregators, and all of them have settled before a final decision on the merits.

How do content aggregators work?

A content aggregator is an individual or organization that gathers web content (and/or sometimes applications) from different online sources for reuse or resale. They come in two kinds: Those who simply gather news from various sources for their websites. Those who gather and distribute news for customers.