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Jonathan H Metcalf, Robert J O Leary, Merlyn W Barth, Jacob H Gunther, Erik S Peterson, Heath W Rogers: System for vending products and services using an identification card and associated methods. Chesterfield Holdings L L C, Wong Cabello Lutsch Rutherford & Brucculeri, February 15, 2005: US06854642 (119 worldwide citation)

A highly integrated and flexible system for vending products and services to consumers. The system receives information in advance of the vend by having the consumer insert an identification (ID) card, preferably a driver's license, into a point-of-purchase terminal (referred to as an OSU device). T ...


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Jonathan H Metcalf, Robert J O&apos Leary, Merlyn W Barth: Vending machine for vending age-restricted products using a credit card and associated methods. The Detsky Group, Howrey Simon Arnold & White, March 25, 2003: US06539282 (68 worldwide citation)

An improved vending machine for vending age-restricted products is disclosed. The vending machine preferably uses a customer's credit card to obtain age verification information from a consumer reporting agency via a modem. In a preferred embodiment, a customer inputs customer information, pref ...


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Jonathan H Metcalf, Merlyn W Barth: Vending machine for vending age-restricted products using an authorization card and associated methods. Chesterfield Holdings, Howrey Simon Arnold & White, September 14, 2004: US06792334 (58 worldwide citation)

A method and system for verifying the age of a purchaser prior to his purchase of age-restricted items from a vending machine. An authorization card is issued to a customer containing a password when the customer presents identification material identifying the customer as being of at least a predet ...


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Joseph F Kosednar, Merlyn W Barth: Fraud-resistant manual magnetic reader-writer system for debit card use. Jerome A Gross, December 8, 1987: US04711993 (20 worldwide citation)

A fraud-resistant manually-fed reader-writer is especially suited for debit card use, in which a credit balance is read into the memory of the reader. When the card reaches the end of its insertion-reading movement, a validity indication encoded on the magnetic stripe of such card is automatically e ...


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Jonathan H Metcalf, Robert J O Leary, Merlyn W Barth, Jacob H Gunther, Rabia B Malik, Erik S Peterson, Heath W Rogers, Mikhail M Sashnikov: System for vending products and services using an identification card and associated methods. Terry G Lewis, Howrey Simon Arnold & White, August 14, 2003: US20030150907-A1

Disclosed is a highly integrated and flexible system for vending products and services to consumers. The system receives information in advance of the vend by having the consumer insert an identification (ID) card, preferably a driver's license, into a point-of-purchase terminal (referred to as an O ...


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Jonathan H Metcalf, Robert J O Leary, Merlyn W Barth: Vending machine for vending age-restricted products using a credit card and associated methods. Terril G Lewis, Howrey Simon Arnold & White, March 7, 2002: US20020029196-A1

An improved vending machine for vending age-restricted products is disclosed. The vending machine preferably uses a customer's credit card to obtain age verification information from a consumer reporting agency via a modem. In a preferred embodiment, a customer inputs customer information, preferabl ...


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Jonathan H Metcalf, Merlyn W Barth: Vending machine for vending age-restricted products using an authorization card and associated methods. Terril G Lewis, Howrey Simon Arnold & White, November 29, 2001: US20010047223-A1

A method and system for verifying the age of a purchaser prior to his purchase of age-restricted items from a vending machine. An authorization card is issued to a customer containing a password when the customer presents identification material identifying the customer as being of at least a predet ...


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Jonathan H Metcalf, Robert J O Leary, Merlyn W Barth, Jacob H Gunther, Erik S Peterson, Heath W Rogers: System for vending products and services using an identification card and associated methods. Wong Cabello Lutsch Rutherford & Brucculeri, Pc, June 30, 2005: US20050139649-A1

Disclosed is a highly integrated and flexible system for vending products and services to consumers. The system receives information in advance of the vend by having the consumer insert an identification (ID) card, preferably a driver's license, into a point-of-purchase terminal (referred to as an O ...