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Daniel A Arganbright, Dave Bamborough, Randy S Bancino, James G Blodgett, Bruce H Carlson, William Dangl, William Hazard, Robin Horder Koop, Jim Hunking, Aaron M Kamphuis, Gregory J Lang, Gary A Mahieu, Kathryn E McCormick, Kenneth J McDonald, John P Parker, Andrew J Popp, Kelly K Savage, Steven R Visser, Claire Zevalkink: Electronic commerce transactions within a marketing system that may contain a membership buying opportunity. Quixtar Investments, James L Katz, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, December 27, 2005: US06980962 (316 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a system and method for providing complete electronic commerce (“E-Commerce”) transactions and solutions for a marketing company's products via the World Wide Web, including facilities for signing up new customers and recruiting, training and supporting new Indep ...


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David L Bamborough, James G Blodgett, William R Dangl, Robin A Horder Koop, James P Hunking, Kenneth J McDonald, John P Parker, Kelly K Savage, Claire E Zevalkink, Thomas D Paasche: Electronic commerce transactions within a marketing system that may contain a membership buying opportunity. Amway, James L Katz, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, August 17, 2010: US07778884 (42 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a system and method for providing complete electronic commerce (“E-Commerce”) transactions and solutions for a marketing company's products via the World Wide Web, including facilities for signing up new customers and recruiting, training and supporting new Indep ...


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William S Kerker, Thomas D Paasche, Dave Bamborough, Randy S Bancino, Robin Horder Koop, Kenneth J McDonald, John P Parker, Claire E Zevalkink: System and method for managing recurring orders in a computer network. Alticor Investments, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, April 1, 2008: US07353194 (28 worldwide citation)

A recurring order management system and method for a computer network is disclosed. The system receives a request to suggest a recurring order for one or more products or services. The system generates a profile which stores the suggested products or services, the suggested recurrence for those prod ...


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John P Parker: Apparatus for distinguishing between speech and certain other signals. U S Philips Corporation, Thomas A Briody, Jack E Haken, Anne E Barschall, December 22, 1987: US04715065 (11 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for distinguishing betwen speech and, for example, data and noise signals, for example for use in a non-speech squelch circuit in a broadcast receiver, utilises the fact that an autocorrelogram of a speech signal exhibits peaks which wander backwards and forwards along the delay axis, this ...


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John P Parker, Paul J Stein: Packet radio. U S Philips Corporation, David R Treacy, September 5, 1989: US04864564 (8 worldwide citation)

A transceiver for a packet radio network comprises a plurality of independently tunable receivers (RX1-RX4) and a single transmitter (TX) tunable to the frequencies of the receivers. Messages on different frequencies of the network can thus be simultaneously received by respective receivers, increas ...


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William S Kerker, Thomas D Paasche, Dave Bamborough, Randy S Bancino, Robin Horder Koop, Kenneth J McDonald, John P Parker, Claire E Zevalkink: System and method for managing recurring orders in a computer network. Amway, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, May 31, 2011: US07953645 (4 worldwide citation)

A recurring order management system and method for a computer network is disclosed. The system receives a request to suggest a recurring order for one or more products or services. The system generates a profile which stores the suggested products or services, the suggested recurrence for those prod ...


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David L Bamborough, James G Blodgett, William R Dangl, Robin A Horder Koop, James P Hunking, Kenneth J McDonald, John P Parker, Kelly K Savage, Claire E Zevalkink, Thomas D Paasche: Electronic commerce transactions within a marketing system that may contain a membership buying opportunity. Amway, Brinks Gilson & Lione, March 4, 2014: US08666838 (2 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a system and method for providing complete electronic commerce (“E-Commerce”) transactions and solutions for a marketing company's products via the World Wide Web, including facilities for signing up new customers and recruiting, training and supporting new Indep ...


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David L Bamborough, James G Blodgett, William R Dangl, Robin A Horder Koop, James P Hunking, Kenneth J McDonald, John P Parker, Kelly K Savage, Claire E Zevalkink, Thomas D Paasche: Electronic commerce transactions within a marketing system that may contain a membership buying opportunity. Amway, Brinks Gilson & Lione, April 1, 2014: US08688539

The present invention is directed to a system and method for providing complete electronic commerce (“E-Commerce”) transactions and solutions for a marketing company's products via the World Wide Web, including facilities for signing up new customers and recruiting, training and supporting new Indep ...


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William S Kerker, Thomas D Paasche, Dave Bamborough, Randy S Bancino, Robin Horder Koop, Kenneth J McDonald, John P Parker, Claire E Zevalkink: System and method for managing recurring orders in a computer network. Amway, Brinks Gilson & Lione, March 4, 2014: US08666832

A recurring order management system and method for a computer network is disclosed. The system receives a request to suggest a recurring order for one or more products or services. The system generates a profile which stores the suggested products or services, the suggested recurrence for those prod ...


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David L Bamborough, James G Blodgett, William R Dangl, Robin A Horder Koop, James P Hunking, Kenneth J McDonald, John P Parker, Kelly K Savage, Claire E Zevalkink, Thomas D Paasche: Electronic commerce transactions within a marketing system that may contain a membership buying opportunity. Amway, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, August 7, 2012: US08239272

The present invention is directed to a system and method for providing complete electronic commerce (“E-Commerce”) transactions and solutions for a marketing company's products via the World Wide Web, including facilities for signing up new customers and recruiting, training and supporting new Indep ...