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Yun Ming Chang, Ming Hsien Chen, Po Jih Wang: Internet business transactions approach model system. Anthony R Barkume, January 26, 2006: US20060020537-A1

The present invention relates to an internet business transactions approach model system, which uses an internet electrical business platform to proceed the following steps. Generate the member chain group, being able to recommend son members by existed members, and generate the member chain group b ...


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David Helsper, Dennis Maicon: Fraud risk advisor. Needle & Rosenberg PC, March 23, 2006: US20060064374-A1

A fraudulent business transaction application (FBTA) for monitoring application based fraud. When a consumer supplies account access information in order to carry out an Internet business transaction, the FBTA uses an online fraud mitigation engine to detect phishing intrusions and identity theft. T ...


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Daniel Chick: Method of tracking usage of client computer and system for same. Internet Business Group, Bryan Cave, September 10, 2009: US20090228549-A1

Some embodiments disclose a method of tracking usage of a client computer. The method can include: (a) receiving a first request for a first file from the client computer; (b) assigning first identifying information to the client computer, the first identifying information is associated with the cli ...


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Thomas Harry SPENCE III: Internet-based methods of offering advertising. June 9, 2011: US20110137806-A1

The present invention provides methods of offering advertisements on the Internet, and systems for implementing these methods. These methods offer users an accrued financial incentive to purchase products and services from advertisers. In some embodiments, a method of offering advertisements on the ...


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Robert S Alvin: Multi-level fraud check with dynamic feedback for internet business transaction processor. Law Office of Dorian Cartwright, July 1, 2010: US20100169163-A1

An Internet business transaction processor of the present invention has a distributed processing architecture which allows the processing load to be distributed among multiple parallel servers. The transaction processor of the present invention provides a virtual store front utilizing ÔÇťothers people ...


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Hong Liu: Payment and settlement over the internet with internet currencies. Hong Liu, December 10, 2009: US20090307131-A1

A method of payment and settlement over the Internet with Internet Currencies for purchases of products and services or their equivalents over the Internet, it can be used for payment and settlement over the Internet for other purposes as well. It is secure, convenient and flexible for every consume ...


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Altaf Hadi: System and method for delivering real time remote buying, selling, meeting and interacting in a virtual reality environment. Altaf Hadi, October 29, 2009: US20090271294-A1

A virtual reality interactional system and a method of use in which remote shoppers, remote advisors, remote sales consultants, remote product display agents, real time inventory status, live and stored audio and video content, and client server based virtual programming logic interact in real time ...


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Thomas Harry Spence III: Internet-based methods of offering advertising. March 29, 2012: US20120078704-A1

The present invention provides methods of offering advertisements on the Internet, and systems for implementing these methods. These methods offer users an accrued financial incentive to purchase products and services from advertisers. In some embodiments, a method of offering advertisements on the ...


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Monaghan Daniel J: System and method for providing website business solutions to clients via the internet. Performance Training Institute, CHESSER Wilburn L, January 23, 2003: WO/2003/007181

A system and method for delivering specialized business solution is provided that includes six phases. The first phase is the business analysis phase during which an Internet consultant (IC) and/or host establishes rapport with a prospective client creates an Internet business strategy (205). The se ...


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Park Kyu Jin: Human-resembled clock capable of bilateral conversations through telecommunication, data supplying system for it, and internet business method for it. Park Kyu Jin, LEE Wan Hwee, December 20, 2001: WO/2001/097063

A human type clock capable of mutual talks is disclosed, in which besides the conventional time-displaying and alarming functions, the clock responds in human voices in accordance with the relevant situations, and therefore, a pleasant sense of intimacy is given to a lonely person. Further, the voic ...