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American Express service establishment

American Express service establishment

a. SafeKey. Your Establishments in Singapore may participate in our American Express SafeKey Programme (“AESK Programme”) which may provide greater security for Charges made by Internet Orders through the use of an authentication method. If you wish to participate in the AESK Programme, then your Establishments in the Singapore must: (i) complete the required SafeKey certification; (ii) have completed certification in compliance with the SafeKey Implementation Guide; (iii) have completed certification for Card Identification Digits (CID) and Automatic Address Verification (AAV) or Address Verification Service (AVS); (iv) comply with the SafeKey branding requirements detailed in the American Express SafeKey Logo Guidelines; (v) maintain a fraud to sales ratio of less than one percent (1%) on Charges containing SafeKey data as detailed in the relevant Amex authorisation and submission specifications; (vi) remain in good standing with Amex as may be reasonably determined by us; and (vii) comply with any other requirements which Amex may introduce or change from time to time. The AESK Programme applies only to Card Not Present Charges made on Eligible Card, by Internet Orders through your Singapore Establishments, that meet the foregoing criteria and requirements: (a) the Charge indicates it was fully SafeKey authenticated or a SafeKey authentication was attempted, (b) the additional SafeKey authentication data was provided in both the Authorisation request and the Submission record, (c) the Cardmember disputed the Charge as fraud; and (d) the Card is issued in a market specified in the list amexsafekey.com/aeskmainfaq#market- list. Eligible Card means Card that is eligible for SafeKey authentication processing as described in the SafeKey Implementation Guide. We will not exercise Chargeback for Charges if both the Establishment and Charge comply with all of the requirements above. The AESK Programme does not apply to disputed Charges involving any other types of disputes, including customer service or goods or services disputes. In addition, if you, at any time, do not meet all of the requirements (i) to (vii) or if we receive a disproportionate
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American Express Merchant Reference Guide - U.S.

American Express Merchant Reference Guide - U.S.

Recurring Billing is an option offered to Cardmembers to make recurring Charges automatically on their Card. The Recurring Billing Charges are for a product or service the Cardmember agrees to pay periodically and automatically (e.g., membership fees to health clubs, magazine subscriptions, and insurance premiums). If a Merchant offers Cardmembers the option to make Recurring Billing Charges, generally the Merchant must clearly and conspicuously disclose all material terms of the option including permission to receive updated Card account information and all cancellation policies, obtain the Cardmember’s express written consent prior to billing, and provide
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Guide to Benefits Wells Fargo Propel 365 American Express Card

Guide to Benefits Wells Fargo Propel 365 American Express Card

AXA Assistance reserves the right to decline or stop working on a request at any time and will not be liable for any consequences. If a request is declined, AXA Assistance will endeavor to offer an alternative. AXA Assistance will endeavor to use at all times providers which are professionally recognized and in AXA Assistance’s experience reliable; in instances where a requested service can only be provided by a provider which does not meet this criteria, AXA Assistance will inform Cardholder of the potential risks. Should Cardholder nevertheless wish to utilize the services of such a provider, AXA Assistance accepts no liability whatsoever for the risks undertaken, consequences arising thereof or the resolution of any dispute with the service provided.
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American Express Merchant Reference Guide - Canada

American Express Merchant Reference Guide - Canada

Merchant Any seller of goods or services, non-profit, or government Entity that enters into an Agreement with American Express or its licensees wherein the seller agrees to (i) permit any Cardmember to charge purchases of goods and services at or with such Merchant by means of the Card and (ii) transfer Transactions to American Express or its licensees. The term includes all Establishments (sometimes called “Service Establishments” or “SEs” in our materials).

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Terms and Conditions for American Express Card Acceptance

Terms and Conditions for American Express Card Acceptance

(ii) use information about you and information about how the Card is used at your Establishment to develop lists for use within the American Express group of companies worldwide and other select companies in order that we or these companies may develop or make offers to you of products and services in which you may be interested by mail or telephone unless you ask us not to, and if you agree, by email or other electronic mail medium. The information used to develop these lists may be obtained from your Application, from surveys and research (which may involve contacting you by mail, email or other electronic mail medium or telephone) and/or from other external sources such as merchants or marketing organisations. If you prefer not to receive offers of relevant products and/or services, please write to us at American Express Payment Services Limited, SE Maintenance, P.O. Box 72, Amex House, Edward Street, Brighton BN88 1AH, providing your Establishment’s name, its trading name and American Express Establishment Number;
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Terms and Conditions for American Express Card Acceptance March Version 2

Terms and Conditions for American Express Card Acceptance March Version 2

You acknowledge and agree that our ultimate parent company is headquartered in the United States of America and, as such we are subject to the laws of that jurisdiction. You consent and agree to and shall provide to us all information (including personal data, if any) and/or sign all necessary documents (including properly executed and valid, applicable U.S. Internal Revenue Service forms) that we require to allow us or our Affiliates to collect, use, and disclose information to comply, and maintain compliance, with all applicable laws of the United States of America and any other jurisdictions that are applicable to them, including, without limitation, U.S. tax laws. If, on request, you fail to provide to us the required information and/or documents, or if we are otherwise required by the applicable government agency, then you acknowledge that we may withhold payments to you and/or remit such funds to such government agency in order to comply with all laws of the United States of America and any other jurisdiction applicable to us and/or our Affiliates, including, without limitation, U.S. tax laws.
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American Express Merchant Reference Guide - Canada

American Express Merchant Reference Guide - Canada

Merchant Any seller of goods or services, non-profit, or government Entity that enters into an Agreement with American Express or its licensees wherein the seller agrees to (i) permit any Cardmember to charge purchases of goods and services at or with such Merchant by means of the Card and (ii) transfer Transactions to American Express or its licensees. The term includes all Establishments (sometimes called “Service Establishments” or “SEs” in our materials).

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USAA American Express Guide to Benefits

USAA American Express Guide to Benefits

Rely on Travel Assistance Services when you’re away from home. Travel Assistance Services are your guide to many important services you may need when traveling. Benefits are designed to assist you or your travel companions when you’re traveling 100 miles or more from home. This is reassuring, especially when you visit a place for the first time or do not speak the language. For services, call 888.884.6643. Enrollment is automatic and the assistance service is free to Cardmembers. Please keep in mind that you will be responsible for the fees incurred for professional or emergency services requested of Travel Assistance Services (for example, medical or legal bills).
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AMERICAN EXPRESS LOYALTY PROGRAMS THAT TRANSFORM CUSTOMERS INTO

AMERICAN EXPRESS LOYALTY PROGRAMS THAT TRANSFORM CUSTOMERS INTO

customers to mix and match program qualifications to their own preferences. Some offer alternative reward levels to different customer groups based on their value to the business. Lower-value customers could be encouraged to increase their value by upgrading to higher service levels, while higher-value customers might be offered additional redemption options or free perks.

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Modern American Poetry and the Protestant Establishment

Modern American Poetry and the Protestant Establishment

In any event, the magazine’s shift from optimism to chastened realism beginning in 1914 included the solicitation of poems about “the present European situation” that Poetry published in the September issue: “While all poems national and patriotic will be considered, the editors of POETRY believe that a poem in the interest of peace will express the aim of the highest civilization.” 175 Contrary to the literary-historical commonplace that the war was a moment of secular rupture that made religious belief untenable, a number of the poems that resulted grappled with the religious causes of war. Karle Wilson Baker’s “Unser Gott” classified the religious corollaries of competing European nationalisms and enjoined, “[S]ince we must make our God, / Oh, let us make Him large enough for all, / Or cease to prate of Him!” 176 The poem’s title, taken from Martin Luther’s hymn “Ein Feste Berg is Unser Gott” (A Mighty Fortress is Our God), indicted German aggression as an outgrowth of religious belief. It not only investigated relations between Christianity and nationalism, but also between Christianity and racism, as they complicated the ideal of overcoming difference at the heart of poetic spirituality. Monroe would denounce this hypocrisy on the part of the West in the 1916 Christmas Number, quoting images of peace from Milton’s Nativity Ode: “What can be said for a world whose nineteen-hundred-and-sixteenth Christmas dawns to the roar of guns, a world which in nearly two thousand years of vaunted loyalty to the Prince of Peace has not yet molded its age of gold out of the refractory ore of races
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Limited Time Offers for U.S. American Express Cards

Limited Time Offers for U.S. American Express Cards

channels. Your enrollment of an eligible American Express Card for this offer extends only to that Card. Offer valid for purchases made online at instacart.com or through the Instacart mobile app. Excludes orders placed or shipped internationally. See Instacart website for delivery availability in your market. Offer is non-transferable. Limit of 2 statement credits (total of $100 back) per Card Member. Offer is available for eligible Card Members with active accounts as of 11/1/2020. The enrolled Card account must not be cancelled or past due to receive statement credits. Any benefit earned from this offer is in addition to the rewards (i.e. Membership Rewards or cash back) earned as part of your existing Card benefits, but your ability to earn spend-based rewards for the purchase will be based on the amount after any statement credit or other discount is applied. Statement credit will appear on your billing statement within 90 days after 6/30/2021, provided that American Express receives information from Instacart about your qualifying purchase. Note that American Express may not receive information about your qualifying purchase from Instacart until all items from your qualifying purchase have been delivered by Instacart personal shoppers. Statement credit may be reversed if qualifying purchase is returned/cancelled. If American Express does not receive information that identifies your transaction as qualifying for the offer, you will not receive the statement credit. For example, your transaction will not qualify if it is not made online at Instacart.com or through the Instacart mobile app. In addition, in most cases, you may not receive the statement credit if your transaction is made with an electronic wallet or through a third party or if Instacart uses a mobile or wireless card reader to process it. By adding an offer to a Card, you agree that American Express may send you communications about the offer. INSTACART® and the Instacart carrot logo are trademarks of Maplebear Inc., d/b/a Instacart. Instacart may not be available in all zip or post codes, delivery subject to availability. See Instacart Terms of Service at
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SUMMARY BOX. American Express Charge Card - Gold Business Card. American Express Charge Card - Centurion Card (application only by invitation)

SUMMARY BOX. American Express Charge Card - Gold Business Card. American Express Charge Card - Centurion Card (application only by invitation)

Business means the company, partnership, sole trader, trust or other entity or person whose name appears on an American Express Business Card. You are the Cardmember. You may request a Card for a Supplementary Cardmember (see 'About Supplementary Cardmembers'). Reference to you and your includes, where relevant, reference to Supplementary Cardmembers but Supplementary Cardmembers do not have any direct contractual obligations to us under this Agreement except in respect of Supplementary Cardmembers on American Express Business Cards – see “Business customers only” section in Part 1. Account means any Account we maintain in relation to Cards and to which we charge Transactions. Bank means the Bank you may ask to manage and service your Account on your behalf (see ‘Servicing Bank’), or any entity to whom that responsibility legally passes. Card means any Card or other device that we issue to access your Account. A Transaction is any amount added to your Account, such as purchases or fees. A purchase is a transaction using your Card to acquire goods or services. To pay by a certain date means to send your payment so that we receive it and credit it to your Account by that date (see ‘About your payments’’). Card Benefits means additional services and benefits provided in connection with a Card other than a Basic Card. Guarantor means the bank which has provided a form of guarantee or letter of credit to us to support your use of the Card, or any entity to whom that responsibility legally passes. Third Party Nominee means a person (including an attorney) whom you have told us is authorised by you to service certain aspects of your Account or the benefits associated with your Card (including Membership Reward points) on your behalf (to the extent set out in your Account application form or other document approved by us) and whom we have accepted to act as your third party nominee.
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Alternative Financing: Using Corporate Payment Solutions to Help Manage Cash Flow

Alternative Financing: Using Corporate Payment Solutions to Help Manage Cash Flow

3. Global Assist® Hotline: While Global Assist Hotline coordination and assistance services are offered at no additional charge from American Express, Card Members are responsible for the costs charged by third-party service providers. For full Terms and Conditions, see americanexpress.com/GAterms. 4. e number of days by which your DPO or float is extended will depend on when during your

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American Express Notification of Changes - U.S.

American Express Notification of Changes - U.S.

 The number of No Reply and Insufficient Chargebacks at your Establishment is deemed to be excessive relative to your prior history or industry standards. If any of the preceding conditions, or any conditions listed in our country-specific policies are present, notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the Agreement, we may place you in any of our Chargeback programs (see section 11.14, “chargeback programs”), or create a Reserve, (or both).

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American Express Merchant Regulations - U.S.

American Express Merchant Regulations - U.S.

You agree that, upon providing contact information to us, we may send you messages, including important information about your Merchant Account as well as information on products, services, and resources available to your business. These messages may be sent to the phone numbers, email addresses or fax numbers you provide. If you provide a wireless phone number to us, you agree that we may contact you at that number and the communications we send may include autodialed short message service (SMS or "text") messages or automated or prerecorded calls. If you provide a fax number to us, you agree that we may send you fax communications. We may otherwise use and share Merchant information for business purposes and as permitted by law. We use reasonable administrative, technical and physical security measures to protect Merchant information consistent with the sensitivity of the information. You may opt out of newsletters or messages about products, services and resources for different forms of communications by contacting us at 1-800-528-5200 or by logging onto americanexpress.com/merchant and
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American Express Merchant Operating Guide

American Express Merchant Operating Guide

For an Establishment to qualify under the Oil Fraud Protection Program, it (i) must authorize and submit Transactions under the unique Merchant Number (Seller ID) assigned to the Establishment, and (ii) must have, in a given month, a counterfeit fraud to Charge volume ratio below 1%. An Establishment whose counterfeit fraud to Charge volume ratio rises to or exceeds 1% in a given month will not qualify under the Oil Fraud Protection Program until the ratio falls below 1% for three (3) consecutive months. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Oil Fraud Protection Program does not apply to Merchants that submit under one Merchant Number (Seller ID) consolidated Charges from multiple Establishments (i.e., central submitters) or to the Establishments that those Merchants submit on behalf of. American Express offers a variety of fraud prevention tools which may enable Merchants to reduce fraud in order to qualify and retain eligibility for the program. See Section 9, “Fraud Prevention” for more details.
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American Express Card Acceptance Addendum to Merchant Processing Agreement

American Express Card Acceptance Addendum to Merchant Processing Agreement

A. Consent for American Express to Contact You bv Phone, Email, Text or Facsimile. American Express may use the information you provide in the Application (as such information may be updated) to call you or send you communications or materials via email, SMS, text or facsimile regarding American Express products, services and resources available to you. You consent and agree to receive autodialed, automated and/or prerecorded calls and communications (which may include SMS or text messages) at the telephone number(s) you have provided. If you provide a fax number, you consent and agree to receiving fax communications from American Express. In connection with the foregoing, you understand that the calls made or communications sent to you by American Express may be subject to charges or fees by your telecommunications or other applicable service provider that are your responsibility to pay. You understand that your consent under this Section 8.07 is not a condition of purchasing or receiving any product or service or entering into the Agreement. Opt-Out: You may opt-out of receiving marketing related communications and materials from American Express by calling NMS’s Customer Service at 1-800-277-6980 or such other customer service or other number provided to you by NMS from time to time. If you have opted-out, you may still receive messages or communications from
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Influence and Application of Cloud Logistics Mode on Express Service

Influence and Application of Cloud Logistics Mode on Express Service

Cloud business layer (as shown in Figure 2) is the middle layer of cloud logistics platform, its main function is using cloud computing to provide meet the requirements of enterprise e-commerce and express industry, suppli- ers and the level mainly includes management of cloud services in cloud logistics platform positioning and cloud services. Among them, the positioning of the cloud services that customers through the cloud logistics platform requirements, or entrust their own cloud logistics platform for the relevant personnel to choose their own business requirements of the process of the plate. The management of cloud services is mainly responsible for the combination, arrangement, trial operation, debugging, operation and supervision of the selected software plate in the process of positioning. The cloud business layer can be divided into two layers: cloud services posi- tioning and management of cloud services. The positioning of the cloud service is mainly to provide users with the service function of the logistics platform, which includes two aspects: one is to develop in line with the stra- tegic planning of Enterprise Cloud logistics service platform, implementation of the corresponding enterprise specific services, which is to support enterprises in line with the company’s own development unique design. Cloud services management is generally directly to customers, using SaaS (software as a service) to provide us- ers with services.
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Express 5210 Frame Relay Service Unit User Manual

Express 5210 Frame Relay Service Unit User Manual

Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be con- nected to the facilities of the local telecommunications company. The equipment must also be installed using an acceptable methods of connection. In some cases, the com- pany’s inside wiring associated with a single line individual service may be extended by means of a certified connector assembly (telephone extension cord). The customer should be aware that compliance with the above limitations may not prevent degra- dation of service in some situations.

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Express 5110 Frame Relay Service Unit User Manual

Express 5110 Frame Relay Service Unit User Manual

specifications. Synchronous protocol speeds up to 512 kbps and asynchronous protocol speeds up to 38.4 kbps are supported. The Express 5110 handles each frame of the user data in a three-step manner. The first step is terminating the user protocol. The layer at which this termination occurs varies depending on the user protocol selection for a given port. The next step is examining the user protocol destination address and routing to the destination port and virtual circuit. The last step involves encapsulating the information field of each frame and re-encapsulating based on the destination port configuration. A similar process is used for frame relay frames received on the network port.
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