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  • 2500 Bettis Blvd, Austin, TX 78746 (512) 306-9511 (512) 477-7108
  • 2502 Bettis Blvd, Austin, TX 78746
  • 3210 Cherrywood Rd, Austin, TX 78722 (512) 477-7108
  • Rollingwood, TX
  • New Orleans, LA
  • Travis, TX
  • Santa Monica, CA
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • 3211 Park Hills Dr, Austin, TX 78746

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Peter Fajkowski

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Address:
2500 Bettis Blvd, Austin, TX 78746
VIN:
5TFET54108X021866
Make:
TOYOTA
Model:
TUNDRA
Year:
2008

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President At Outsmart Holdings, Llc Owner At Mortgage Portfolio Services

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Location:
Austin, Texas Area
Industry:
Banking
Experience:
Outsmart Holdings, LLC (Banking industry): President,  (August 2000-Present) Outsmart Holdings, LLC is the holding company that owns Mortgage Portfolio Services.Mortgage Portfolio Services (Banking industry): Owner,  (May 1998-Present) Highly educated pr...

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Method And Apparatus For Coupon Management And Redemption

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US Patent:
6932270, Aug 23, 2005
Filed:
Oct 27, 1997
Appl. No.:
09/297532
Inventors:
Peter W. Fajkowski - Austin TX,
International Classification:
G06K015/00
US Classification:
235383, 235381
Abstract:
The present invention provides a system for the electronic management and redemption of coupons. The system incudes an integrated coupon card comprising a microprocessor, a random access memory means, a scanner, and a communications port. The coupon card is capable of scanning coupon bar codes from paper coupons and receiving redemption requirement data from a periphery device. The coupon card will allow bar codes and redemption requirement data to be transferred to a periphery device and will store what bar codes were redeemed because they corresponded to purchase data received from a cash register memory. The system further incudes one or more periphery devices having a microprocessor, a first communications port for communicating with said coupon card, and a second communications port for communicating with a cash register. The periphery devices receive purchase data from a cash register memory and compare said purchase data to coupon bar codes received from a coupon card in order to determine which coupons are redeemable. The system also incudes a server computer which win be connected to the periphery devices.

Method And Apparatus For Coupon Management And Redemption

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US Patent:
7367500, May 6, 2008
Filed:
Oct 5, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/539094
Inventors:
Peter Fajkowski - Rollingwood TX,
International Classification:
G06F 7/20
US Classification:
235383, 235375, 235381
Abstract:
The present invention provides a system for the electronic management and redemption of coupons. The system incudes an integrated coupon card comprising a microprocessor, a random access memory means, a scanner, and a communications port. The coupon card is capable of scanning coupon bar codes from paper coupons and receiving redemption requirement data from a periphery device. The coupon card will allow bar codes and redemption requirement data to be transferred to a periphery device and will store what bar codes were redeemed because they corresponded to purchase data received from a cash register memory. The system further incudes one or more periphery devices having a microprocessor, a first communications port for communicating with said coupon card, and a second communications port for communicating with a cash register. The periphery devices receive purchase data from a cash register memory and compare said purchase data to coupon bar codes received from a coupon card in order to determine which coupons are redeemable. The system also incudes a server computer which will be connected to the periphery devices.

Method And Apparatus For Coupon Management And Redemption

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US Patent:
8025224, Sep 27, 2011
Filed:
May 5, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/115309
Inventors:
Peter Fajkowski - Austin TX,
Assignee:
Way Ahead IP LLC - Austin TX
International Classification:
G06F 7/20
US Classification:
235383, 235375
Abstract:
The present invention provides a system for the electronic management and redemption of coupons. The system includes an integrated coupon card comprising a microprocessor, a random access memory means, a scanner, and a communications port. The coupon card is capable of scanning coupon bar codes from paper coupons and receiving redemption requirement data from a periphery device. The coupon card will allow bar codes and redemption requirement data to be transferred to a periphery device and will store what bar codes were redeemed because they corresponded to purchase data received from a cash register memory. The system further includes one or more periphery devices having a microprocessor, a first communications port for communicating with said coupon card, and a second communications port for communicating with a cash register. The periphery devices receive purchase data from a cash register memory and compare said purchase data to coupon bar codes received from a coupon card in order to determine which coupons are redeemable. The system also includes a server computer which will be connected to the periphery devices.

Method And Apparatus For Coupon Management And Redemption

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US Patent:
20050230473, Oct 20, 2005
Filed:
May 27, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/140227
Inventors:
Peter Fajkowski - Rollingwood TX,
International Classification:
G06F017/60
US Classification:
235383000, 705014000
Abstract:
The present invention provides a system for the electronic management and redemption of coupons. The system incudes an integrated coupon card comprising a microprocessor, a random access memory means, a scanner, and a communications port. The coupon card is capable of scanning coupon bar codes from paper coupons and receiving redemption requirement data from a periphery device. The coupon card will allow bar codes and redemption requirement data to be transferred to a periphery device and will store what bar codes were redeemed because they corresponded to purchase data received from a cash register memory. The system further incudes one or more periphery devices having a microprocessor, a first communications port for communicating with said coupon card, and a second communications port for communicating with a cash register. The periphery devices receive purchase data from a cash register memory and compare said purchase data to coupon bar codes received from a coupon card in order to determine which coupons are redeemable. The system also incudes a server computer which will be connected to the periphery devices. The server computer will collect redeemed coupon information from the periphery devices and also provide the periphery devices with information such redemption requirement data or coupons which may be loaded onto a coupon card. A clearing house will collect coupon redemption information from all servers in the system to create redemption reports. The clearing house allows redemption requirement data and other information to be transferred through the servers to individual periphery devices and/or coupon cards.

Method And Apparatus For Coupon Management And Redemption

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US Patent:
20120136702, May 31, 2012
Filed:
Sep 26, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/245743
Inventors:
Peter W. FAJKOWSKI - Rollingwood TX,
Assignee:
WAY AHEAD IP LLC - Austin TX
International Classification:
G06Q 30/02
G06Q 90/00
US Classification:
705 1413, 235383
Abstract:
The present invention provides a system for the electronic management and redemption of coupons. The present invention provides for association of coupons with consumers and storage of the association in an electronic memory. The system further includes one or more periphery devices operable to communicate with said coupon card. The periphery devices receive purchase data from a cash register memory and compare to coupons stored in electronic memory to determine which coupons are redeemable. The system also includes a server computer connected to the periphery devices to collect redeemed coupon information from the periphery devices. A clearing house collects coupon redemption information from all servers in the system to create redemption reports.
Peter W Fajkowski from Rollingwood, TX, age ~54 Get Report