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Satyan G Pitroda: Universal electronic transaction card including receipt storage and system and methods of conducting electronic transactions. Welsh & Katz, December 31, 1996: US05590038 (912 worldwide citation)

A universal electronic transaction card ("UET card") is capable of serving as a number of different credit cards, bank cards, identification cards, employee cards, medical cards and the like. The UET card includes information storage elements, an input interface, a processor, a display, and a commun ...


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Satyan G Pitroda: Device, system and methods of conducting paperless transactions. March 16, 1999: US05884271 (600 worldwide citation)

A universal electronic transaction card ("UET card") is capable of serving as a number of different credit cards, bank cards, identification cards, employee cards, medical and health care management cards and the like. The UET card includes storage elements, an input interface, a processor, a displa ...


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Mark Jeffrey Foladare, Shelley B Goldman, Dominick Gorini, David Phillip Silverman, Shaoqing Wang, Robert S Westrich: Credit card spending authorization control system. AT&T, June 22, 1999: US05914472 (545 worldwide citation)

A system and method for allowing a parent to control the use of an ancillary credit or debit transaction card which is issued to a child. A central computer communicates with an issuer computer having a data base containing account information and spending limits for the transaction card and the par ...


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Arlen R Lessin, Frank M Gruppuso, Shelley A Harrison: Intelligent portable interactive personal data system. SmartCard International, Pennie & Edmonds, September 19, 1989: US04868376 (518 worldwide citation)

An intelligent portable interactive personal data system is disclosed. A microprocessor with memory is containted with a transaction card-shaped housing. An alphanumeric keypad and alphanumeric display is located on a surface of the housing. At least one port within the housing is provided for the i ...


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Joseph P Francini, Einar L Asbo, Vincent Boston: Transaction card with magnetic stripe emulator. Visa International Service Association, Limbach Limbach & Sutton, October 20, 1987: US04701601 (513 worldwide citation)

A transaction card is disclosed having a magnetic stripe emulator. The transaction card is adapted for use with presently available transaction terminals that include a sensor for reading a magnetic stripe. The subject card includes a transducer for generating a varying magnetic field corresponding ...


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Robert S Wallerstein: Programmable transaction card. Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, September 21, 1999: US05955961 (456 worldwide citation)

A programmable transaction card enables accessing a selected one of a plurality of different accounts with the same or different financial institutions through communication with an authorization center while providing important anti-fraud features. The transaction card includes a keyboard for selec ...


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Francis B Brake Jr, Deborah Schwartz, Jennifer Zimmerman: Customer activated multi-value (CAM) card. First USA Bank N A, Hunton & Williams, February 29, 2000: US06032136 (442 worldwide citation)

The Customer Activated Multi-Value (CAM) card provides a customer with a primary use as a transaction card which can be further activated to have a secondary use as a credit card. The CAM card can be activated as a transaction card or as a transaction card with a credit card feature. Activation of t ...


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Ann Hackett, Lisa Arnold, Vickie Jordan: Systems and methods for authorizing a transaction card. American Express Travel Related Services Company, Snell & Wilmer L, February 6, 2001: US06182894 (344 worldwide citation)

Instead of a PIN which is associated with an account and provides access to an account, a card identification code, which is located on the card but does not provide automatic access to an account, is used to verify that the consumer currently possesses the transaction card at the time of purchase a ...


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Juergen Dethloff, Christian Hinneberg: Smart card issuing and receiving apparatus. Juergen Dethloff, Notaro & Michalos, November 6, 1990: US04968873 (341 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for issuing a transaction card comprises a value receiving mechanism in the form of a card reader or a bank note acceptor or both. The apparatus includes a memory for storing the exchange rate for a plurality of currencies as compared to a local visitor's voucher which can be issued by ...


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Vincent Boston: Portable financial transaction card capable of authorizing a transaction in foreign currencies. VISA International Service Association, Limbach Limbach & Sutton, August 23, 1988: US04766293 (333 worldwide citation)

A transaction card is disclosed capable of authorizing a transaction in a foreign currency. The subject transaction card includes an internal microprocessor which is connected to a memory. Stored within the memory is a transaction limit associated with each account of the cardholder. Also stored in ...