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Manalapan, NJ   

60 Oconnor Cir, West Orange, NJ 07052    973-3251309   

Florham Park, NJ   

2818 Campbell Ave, Tucson, AZ 85719   

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Brooklyn, NY   

Staten Island, NY   

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Company: Bellmarc Address: New York, NY

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Fred Slavin, New York NY - Agent

Work:
Bellmarc
New York, NY

Publications

Us Patents

Push Banking System And Method

US Patent:
6535855, Mar 18, 2003
Filed:
Mar 31, 1998
Appl. No.:
09/052777
Inventors:
Thomas Cahill - Newton NJ
Steven Chabra - New York NY
Vincent Clowney - Chatham NY
John Cowan - New York NY
Thomas Fitzgerald - New York NY
Louis Fuertes - Westport CT
Lloyd OConnor - Canaan CT
Randy Schafer - New York NY
Richard Q. Schmidt - Huntington NY
Fred Slavin - Manalapan NJ
Leonid Vayner - Brooklyn NY
Christopher P. Westerman - Ridgewood NJ
Janet Wynn - New York NY
Wil Velarde - Brooklyn NY
Assignee:
The Chase Manhattan Bank - New York NY
International Classification:
G06F 1760
US Classification:
705 1, 340540, 340679, 34087001, 34087016
Abstract:
A software/hardware system which provides immediate, on-going interaction between an institution and its customers. The system communicates with customers/subscribers over numerous, different communication channels and actively screens market conditions for situations that could potentially impact its customers, based on the customers unique situation and prearranged instructions. The system and method interacts with the institutions processing centers which handle incoming customer transactions and the system creates outgoing messages. The system has a decision making component used to make the decision in each case as to which information to push to the customer in the form of a message. The message is delivered to the customer via any communication channels presently known. The system allows the customer to respond electronically or by telephone or by fax or by any means, all of which are intended to allow the institution to receive the response information from the customer expeditiously and to enable the institution to act upon the customers instructions.

Automated Statement Presentation, Adjustment And Payment System And Method Therefor

US Patent:
7805365, Sep 28, 2010
Filed:
Mar 6, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/518948
Inventors:
Fred Slavin - Manalapan NJ,
Eric Baltuch - New York NY,
Margaret Wren - Brooklyn NY,
Dennis Gniewosz - Brooklyn NY,
Freddy J. Marin - Hempstead NY,
Assignee:
JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. - New York NY
International Classification:
G06Q 40/00
US Classification:
705 40, 705 39
Abstract:
A system and method are provided which accept orders from customers located at distributed locations, manages the ordering process by presenting a consolidated invoice to the seller, allows the seller to indicate which items are being paid along with a reason code for items for which payment is being withheld, accepts a consolidated payment, and allocates that payment to the appropriate selling subsidiary. In general, one or more orders are received from a buyer in which each of the orders corresponds to at least one seller subsidiary. The orders are consolidated into a consolidated invoice. The consolidated invoices are then made available to the buyer. An indication is received from the buyer as to which of the orders a payment is being approved. The payment, once received, is allocated to a corresponding at least one seller subsidiary for which the payment has been made.

Electronic Trading System And Method For Marketing Products And Services

US Patent:
8458018, Jun 4, 2013
Filed:
Oct 24, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/695093
Inventors:
Stephan V. Donelian - New York NY,
Steven Cohen - Brooklyn NY,
Fred G. Slavin - Manalapan NJ,
Michael Trenk - Scarsdale NY,
Judah Kaplan - Teaneck NJ,
James E. Lewis - New York NY,
Assignee:
JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. - New York NY
International Classification:
G06Q 30/00
US Classification:
705 141, 705 1423, 705 1434, 705 261, 705 2635, 705 2662
Abstract:
A consumer is provided with a first asset in return for a promise to earn an agreed to number of points over an agreed to redemption period. The consumer subsequently earns the points by purchasing one or more second assets. At least one of the second assets is different than the first asset. Each purchase has an associated point value, at least one of the point values being different than at least one other point value. An electronic trading system includes a first set of web sites where a consumer can select a first asset it wants to obtain in return for a promise to earn points by making future purchases of one or more second assets. The number of points which the consumer must earn varies as a function of which of the first assets is selected by the consumer. The consumer can fulfill its obligation to earn the stated number of points by purchasing one or more second assets at a second set of web sites. Each of the second assets has an associated point value.

Method And System For Securitizing A Future Obligation To Purchase Goods Or Services

US Patent:
2002009, Jul 18, 2002
Filed:
Jan 16, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/760576
Inventors:
Michael Trenk - Scarsdale NY,
Judah Kaplan - Teaneck NJ,
Steven Cohen - Brooklyn NY,
James Lewis - New York NY,
Fred Slavin - Manalapan NJ,
Stephan Donelian - New York NY,
International Classification:
G06F017/60
US Classification:
705/035000
Abstract:
A company with underperforming assets sells these assets to a trading house in exchange for value and a promise to make future purchases from the trading house. The value is provided by a financial institution. A portion of the money received by the trading house from the future purchases is given to the financial institution to pay back the value plus interest. To securitize the promise to make future purchases, the financial institution creates a special purpose entity which, in turn, creates a trust. Investors provide money to the special purpose entity which is used to purchase low risk assets that are placed in the trust. The special purpose entity then makes an agreement with the financial institution that if the company with underperforming assets defaults on its promise to purchase, the financial institution can take money from the trust. In exchange, the financial institution agrees to give the special purpose entity, and thus the investors, a large portion of the interest it receives as a result of future purchases made by the company with underperforming assets.

Corporate Products Trading Marketplace

US Patent:
2002009, Jul 18, 2002
Filed:
Jan 16, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/760577
Inventors:
Fred Slavin - Manalapan NJ,
Stephan Donelian - New York NY,
Steven Cohen - Brooklyn NY,
Michael Trenk - Scarsdale NY,
Judah Kaplan - Teaneck NJ,
James Lewis - New York NY,
Assignee:
The Chase Manhattan Bank
International Classification:
G06F017/60
US Classification:
705/037000, 705/014000, 705/001000
Abstract:
A company transfers underperforming assets (UPA's) to a second party in return for a cash and/or asset payment. The company obligates itself to earn a variable number of consumption points for an agreed to consumption period by making future purchases of assets. Each purchase has a known number of consumption points associated therewith. The number of consumption points to be earned varies as a function of a periodically applied interest rate. A computerized, preferably web-based, system is used to carry out the foregoing process.

Electronic Trading System And Method For Marketing Products And Services

US Patent:
2013023, Sep 12, 2013
Filed:
Mar 26, 2013
Appl. No.:
13/850876
Inventors:
Stephan V. Donelian - New York NY,
Steven G. Cohen - New York NY,
Fred G. Slavin - New York NY,
Michael H. Trenk - New York NY,
Judah Kaplan - New York NY,
James E. Lewis - New York NY,
Assignee:
JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. - New York NY
International Classification:
G06Q 30/02
US Classification:
705 1427
Abstract:
A consumer is provided with a first asset in return for a promise to earn an agreed to number of points over an agreed to redemption period. The consumer subsequently earns the points by purchasing one or more second assets. At least one of the second assets is different than the first asset. Each purchase has an associated point value, at least one of the point values being different than at least one other point value.An electronic trading system includes a first set of web sites where a consumer can select a first asset it wants to obtain in return for a promise to earn points by making future purchases of one or more second assets. The number of points which the consumer must earn varies as a function of which of the first assets is selected by the consumer.

Electronic Trading System And Method For Marketing Products And Services

US Patent:
2013024, Sep 19, 2013
Filed:
Apr 2, 2013
Appl. No.:
13/855161
Inventors:
Steven G. Cohen - New York NY,
Fred G. Slavin - New York NY,
Michael H. Trenk - New York NY,
Judah Kaplan - New York NY,
James E. Lewis - New York NY,
Assignee:
JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. - New York NY
International Classification:
G06Q 30/02
US Classification:
705 1427
Abstract:
A consumer is provided with a first asset in return for a promise to earn an agreed to number of points over an agreed to redemption period. The consumer subsequently earns the points by purchasing one or more second assets. At least one of the second assets is different than the first asset. Each purchase has an associated with point value, at least one of the point values being different than at least one other point value.A trading system includes a first set of websites where a consumer can select and obtain a first asset in return for a promise to earn points by making future purchases of one or more second assets. The consumer can fulfill its obligation to earn the stated number of points by purchasing one or more second assets at a second set of websites. Each of the second assets has an associated point value.

Electronic Trading System And Method For Marketing Products And Services

US Patent:
2013026, Oct 10, 2013
Filed:
Apr 3, 2013
Appl. No.:
13/856066
Inventors:
Steven G. Cohen - New York NY,
Fred G. Slavin - New York NY,
Michael H. Trenk - New York NY,
Judah Kaplan - New York NY,
James E. Lewis - New York NY,
International Classification:
G06Q 30/02
US Classification:
705 141
Abstract:
A consumer is provided with a first asset in return for a promise to earn an agreed to number of points over an agreed to redemption period. The consumer subsequently earns the points by purchasing one or more second assets. At least one of the second assets is different than the first asset. Each purchase has an associated with point value, at least one of the point values being different than at least one other point value.A trading system includes a first set of websites where a consumer can select and obtain a first asset in return for a promise to earn points by making future purchases of one or more second assets. The consumer can fulfill its obligation to earn the stated number of points by purchasing one or more second assets at a second set of websites. Each of the second assets has an associated point value.

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