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  • 7700 Shaker Mill Rd, Louisville, KY 40220 (502) 493-9118

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Position: Professional/Technical

Education

Degree: Associate degree or higher

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Jamie Badgett

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Address:
7700 Shaker Ml Rd, Louisville, KY 40220
VIN:
1J8FT48W77D170255
Make:
JEEP
Model:
PATRIOT
Year:
2007

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Jamie Badgett Photo 1

Director At Stored Value Systems

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Location:
7700 Shaker Mill Rd, Louisville, KY 40220
Industry:
Financial Services
Work:
Npc Jan 1, 1997 - Jan 1, 2004
Business Development Director

Stored Value Solutions (Svs) Jan 1, 1997 - Jan 1, 2004
Director at Stored Value Systems
Education:
Sullivan University
Bachelors, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Marketing
Interests:
Exercise
Sweepstakes
Home Improvement
Shooting
Reading
Gourmet Cooking
Sports
Home Decoration
Health
Cooking
Electronics
Outdoors
Crafts
Fitness
Kids
Medicine
Automobiles
Travel
Investing
Traveling
Languages:
English
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Jamie Badgett

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Location:
United States
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Jamie Badgett

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Publications

Us Patents

Method Of Packaging And Activating Open Loop Prepaid Cards

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US Patent:
8544734, Oct 1, 2013
Filed:
Mar 11, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/721956
Inventors:
Brad Stafford - Louisville KY, US
Rick Fletcher - Louisville KY, US
Don Gayle - Shelbyville KY, US
Mark Willis - Louisville KY, US
Greg Hopper - Louisville KY, US
Jamie Badgett - Louisville KY, US
Assignee:
Ceridian Stored Value Solutions, Inc. - Louisville KY
International Classification:
G06K 5/00
G06K 15/00
G06K 7/00
G06K 19/00
US Classification:
235380, 235383, 235486, 235487
Abstract:
A method is provided for packaging and activating open loop stored value cards. A retailer is provided an open loop card and a closed loop card in an integrated package, the open loop card associated with a first account number and configured for activation by an open loop account processor, and the closed loop card associated with a second account number. An electronically readable card component contains data corresponding to a control account including the first and second account numbers. Upon receiving an activation request from a point of sale which contains the data corresponding to the control account, the control account and the account numbers are identified, and the closed loop card is activated. An activation request is transmitted electronically to the open loop account processor, wherein activating of the closed and open loop cards may be substantially simultaneous with respect to the point of sale.
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