Attention Networking Software and Retail Card Reader Manuf., New “Receipt Saver Pro“ for Licensing!
A new Invention to bring America to paperless receipts via plastic card and keychain that saves receipts online to your own account. No more stashed boxes of receipts that can’t ever be found. Easy refunds and great tracking of expenses.
Consumers purchase and use the “Receipt Saver Pro” cards to electronically archive and access all their selected retail receipts into a secured network with software for managing and tracking spending and future returns.
RECEIPT SAVER PRO
May 21, 2013 - Fine Products, Inc. (FPI) is proudly introducing and seeking licensees for the “Receipt Saver Pro,” a New “GO GREEN” pat. pending consumer retail technology.
With a single “Receipt Saver Pro” Card or Fob, consumers can electronically archive all their desired retail shopping receipts paid by either cash, debit or by credit in one easy paperless networked location to remotely track their spending and for easy access for any future returns. The technology is ideal for retailers and network providers to boost their consumer base, marketing and service to their customers.
The product is an electronic receipt saver. With the added feature, in addition to your regular itemized transactions, consumers can have an electronic copy of their retail receipts directed to their personal account on a secure server. Software on the server will allow the consumers to sort their receipts for desired record retention or tax purposes and it will also make it easier to access receipts for future returns.
The new patent pending technology was developed by Vadim Drozd of New Jersey. The Receipt Saver Pro Technology is available now for technology transfer or licensing.
- Contact Information
- Robert Ross
- Fine Products Inc.
- (1) 1-978-630-4477 1-978-630-4477
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