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Larry Routhenstein, Roy L Anderson, William R Bryant, Jacob Y Wong: Method for generating customer secure card numbers subject to use restrictions by an electronic card. October 19, 2004: US06805288 (288 worldwide citation)

A method for providing secure transactions generates a Secure Card Number (“SCN”) for a first entity that is transferred with a first entity identifier to a second entity and then to a money source that verifies that the transaction is valid by use of the first entity identifier and the SCN. The SCN ...


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Larry Routhenstein: Method for generating customer secure card numbers. PrivaSys, TIPS Group, March 27, 2007: US07195154 (205 worldwide citation)

A method for providing secure transactions generates a Secure Card Number (“SCN”) for a first entity that is transferred with a first entity identifier to a second entity and then to a money source that verifies that the transaction is valid by use of the first entity identifier and the SCN. The SCN ...


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Larry Routhenstein: Method for generating customer secure card numbers. Privasys, TIPS Group, March 17, 2009: US07503485 (157 worldwide citation)

A method for providing secure transactions generates a Secure Card Number (“SCN”) for a first entity that is transferred with a first entity identifier to a second entity and then to a money source that verifies that the transaction is valid by use of the first entity identifier and the SCN. The SCN ...


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Larry Routhenstein: Method for generating customer secure card numbers. Privasys, TIPS Group, July 14, 2009: US07559464 (143 worldwide citation)

A method for providing secure transactions generates a Secure Card Number (“SCN”) for a first entity that is transferred with a first entity identifier to a second entity and then to a money source that verifies that the transaction is valid by use of the first entity identifier and the SCN. The SCN ...


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Larry Routhenstein, Roy L Anderson, William R Bryant, Jacob Y Wong: Method for generating customer secure card numbers subject to use restrictions by an electronic card. Law Offices Of Roy Anderson, February 20, 2003: US20030034388-A1

A method for providing secure transactions generates a Secure Card Number (“SCN”) for a first entity that is transferred with a first entity identifier to a second entity and then to a money source that verifies that the transaction is valid by use of the first entity identifier and the SCN. The SCN ...


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Larry Routhenstein: Method for generating customer secure card numbers. Roy L Anderson ESQ Jeffers Shaff & Falk, March 27, 2003: US20030061168-A1

A method for providing secure transactions generates a Secure Card Number (“SCN”) for a first entity that is transferred with a first entity identifier to a second entity and then to a money source that verifies that the transaction is valid by use of the first entity identifier and the SCN. The SCN ...


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Larry Routhenstein: Method for Generating Customer Secure Card Numbers. Technology & Intellectual Property, STRATEGIES GROUP PC dba TIPS GROUP, September 20, 2007: US20070215688-A1

A method for providing secure transactions generates a Secure Card Number (“SCN”) for a first entity that is transferred with a first entity identifier to a second entity and then to a money source that verifies that the transaction is valid by use of the first entity identifier and the SCN. The SCN ...


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Larry Routhenstein: Method for generating customer secure card numbers. Technology & Intellectual Property, STRATEGIES GROUP PC dba TIPS GROUP, October 11, 2007: US20070239622-A1

A method for providing secure transactions generates a Secure Card Number (“SCN”) for a first entity that is transferred with a first entity identifier to a second entity and then to a money source that verifies that the transaction is valid by use of the first entity identifier and the SCN. The SCN ...


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Larry Routhenstein: Method for generating customer secure card numbers. Technology & Intellectual Property, Strategies Group PC, December 20, 2007: US20070290034-A1

A method for providing secure transactions generates a Secure Card Number (“SCN”) for a first entity that is transferred with a first entity identifier to a second entity and then to a money source that verifies that the transaction is valid by use of the first entity identifier and the SCN. The SCN ...



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