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Catherine S Pullen

from Mount Holly, NC
Age ~63

Catherine Pullen Phones & Addresses

  • 342 Ridge Dr, Mount Holly, NC 28120 (704) 820-9951
  • Mt Holly, NC
  • Charlotte, NC
  • Matthews, NC
  • Alexis, NC
  • 342 Ridge Dr, Mount Holly, NC 28120 (704) 678-7089

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Position: Precision Production Occupations

Education

Degree: High school graduate or higher

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Catherine Pullen

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Address:
342 Rdg Dr, Mount Holly, NC 28120
VIN:
JTDKB20U277083692
Make:
TOYOTA
Model:
PRIUS
Year:
2007

Resumes

Resumes

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Service Delivery Manager

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Location:
Mount Holly, NC
Industry:
Banking
Work:
Bank of America
Service Delivery Manager

Bank of America
Senior Vice President
Education:
Belmont Abbey College 1990 - 1995
Bachelors, Bachelor of Arts, Business Administration, Management, Business Administration and Management
Catherine Pullen Photo 2

Catherine Pullen

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Publications

Us Patents

System And Method For Authorizing Third-Party Transactions For An Account At A Financial Institution On Behalf Of The Account Holder

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US Patent:
20050125321, Jun 9, 2005
Filed:
Dec 5, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/707327
Inventors:
Penny Gerstner - Gastonia NC, US
Carrie Heise - Charlotte NC, US
Marilyn Kane - Sanibel FL, US
Stephen Kaufmann - Matthews NC, US
Christopher Keller - Ballwin MO, US
Kelly Kruse - Charlotte NC, US
Gerard Poll - Davidson NC, US
Catherine Pullen - Mount Holly NC, US
Faith Tucker - Wichita KS, US
Richard Tucker - Charlotte NC, US
Vickie Van Meir - Charlotte NC, US
Deborah Winick - Dallas TX, US
Assignee:
BANK OF AMERICA CORPORATION - Charlotte NC
International Classification:
G06F017/60
US Classification:
705035000, 705042000
Abstract:
System and method for authorizing third-party transactions for an account at a financial institution on behalf of the account holder. A financial institution can collect process, transmit and confirm authorizations to third parties for electronic payments and direct deposits on behalf of its account-holder customer. In at least some embodiments, a method of processing account-holder requests to authorize third-party transactions for an account includes the establishment of a pre-existing list of prospective third-party participants such as employers and billers. The financial institution receives account-holder requests to authorize third-party transactions. Specific requests from among the account-holder requests are matched to third-party participants and forwarded and can be confirmed. The system of the invention can include various engines and data repositories that work together to provide the means for implementing embodiments of the invention.

Overage Service Via Mobile Device

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US Patent:
20120066077, Mar 15, 2012
Filed:
Feb 23, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/033492
Inventors:
Tamara S. Kingston - Peoria AZ, US
John Franklin Tuders - Harrisburg NC, US
Ross Matthew Feldman - Matthews NC, US
Marc Lance Warshawsky - Davidson NC, US
Erik Stephen Ross - Charlotte NC, US
Elbert Lee Whitler - Webster Groves MO, US
Mark D. Zanzot - Huntersville NC, US
Ketil Bjugan - Charlotte NC, US
Scott Mastbrook - Charlotte NC, US
William Sydney Ivey - Charlotte NC, US
Mark Allan Nelson - Waxhaw NC, US
Brenda Lisbeth Smyth - Fenton MO, US
Doris Maria Garrett - Walnut Creek CA, US
Jonathan H. Tucker - Charlotte NC, US
Catherine Stokes Pullen - Mount Holly NC, US
Paul Ronald DeKoster - Matthews NC, US
Assignee:
BANK OF AMERICA CORPORATION - Charlotte NC
International Classification:
G06Q 40/00
G06Q 20/00
US Classification:
705 16, 705 44
Abstract:
In general terms, embodiments of the present invention relate to methods and apparatuses for providing an overage service via a mobile device. For example, in some embodiments, a method is provided that includes: (a) receiving transaction information associated with a transaction, where the transaction involves an account, a transaction machine, and a holder of the account; (b) determining, based at least partially on the transaction information, that the account will incur an overage as a result of the transaction; (c) prompting the holder to consent to the overage via the mobile device, where the holder is associated with the mobile device; (d) receiving the holder's consent to the overage; and (e) authorizing the transaction based at least partially on the receiving the holder's consent.

Overage Service Via Transaction Machine

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US Patent:
20120066126, Mar 15, 2012
Filed:
Feb 23, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/033501
Inventors:
Tamara S. Kingston - Peoria AZ, US
John Franklin Tuders - Harrisburg NC, US
Ross Matthew Feldman - Matthews NC, US
Marc Lance Warshawsky - Davidson NC, US
Erik Stephen Ross - Charlotte NC, US
Elbert Lee Whitler - Webster Groves MO, US
Mark D. Zanzot - Huntersville NC, US
Ketil Bjugan - Charlotte NC, US
Scott Mastbrook - Charlotte NC, US
William Sydney Ivey - Charlotte NC, US
Mark Allan Nelson - Waxhaw NC, US
Brenda Lisbeth Smyth - Fenton MO, US
Doris Maria Garrett - Walnut Creek CA, US
Jonathan H. Tucker - Charlotte NC, US
Catherine Stokes Pullen - Mount Holly NC, US
Paul Ronald DeKoster - Matthews NC, US
Assignee:
BANK OF AMERICA CORPORATION - Charlotte NC
International Classification:
G06Q 40/00
US Classification:
705 44
Abstract:
In general terms, embodiments of the present invention relate to methods and apparatuses for providing an overage service via a transaction machine. For example, in some embodiments, a method is provided that includes: (a) receiving transaction information associated with a transaction, where the transaction involves an account, a transaction machine, and a holder of the account; (b) determining, based at least partially on the transaction information, that the account will incur an overage as a result of the transaction; (c) prompting, via the transaction machine, the holder to consent to the overage; (d) receiving the holder's consent to the overage; and (e) authorizing the transaction based at least partially on the receiving the holder's consent.

Overage Service Subject To Condition

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US Patent:
20120066127, Mar 15, 2012
Filed:
Feb 23, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/033510
Inventors:
Tamara S. Kingston - Peoria AZ, US
John Franklin Tuders - Harrisburg NC, US
Ross Matthew Feldman - Matthews NC, US
Marc Lance Warshawsky - Davidson NC, US
Erik Stephen Ross - Charlotte NC, US
Elbert Lee Whitler - Webster Groves MO, US
Mark D. Zanzot - Huntersville NC, US
Ketil Bjugan - Charlotte NC, US
Scott Mastbrook - Charlotte NC, US
William Sydney Ivey - Charlotte NC, US
Mark Allan Nelson - Waxhaw NC, US
Brenda Lisbeth Smyth - Fenton MO, US
Doris Maria Garrett - Walnut Creek CA, US
Jonathan H. Tucker - Charlotte NC, US
Catherine Stokes Pullen - Mount Holly NC, US
Paul Ronald DeKoster - Matthews NC, US
Assignee:
BANK OF AMERICA CORPORATION - Charlotte NC
International Classification:
G06Q 40/00
US Classification:
705 44
Abstract:
In general terms, embodiments of the present invention relate to methods and apparatuses for providing an overage service subject to one or more predetermined conditions. For example, in some embodiments, a method is provided that includes: (a) receiving, from a holder of an account, consent to a future overage, where the future overage is a result of a future overage transaction involving the account, and where the consent is valid only if a predetermined condition is met; (b) receiving transaction information associated with a transaction, where the transaction involves the account, and where the transaction was initiated after the receiving the consent; (c) determining, based at least partially on the transaction information, that the account will incur an overage as a result of the transaction; (d) determining that the predetermined condition is met and/or that the holder's consent is valid for the transaction; and (e) authorizing the transaction based at least partially on receiving the consent, determining that the holder's consent is valid for the transaction, and/or determining that the predetermined condition is met.

Processing Refund Requests

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US Patent:
20120185400, Jul 19, 2012
Filed:
Jan 13, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/006030
Inventors:
Melissa Kay Van Leuven - Avondale AZ, US
Kimberly Diane Dewberry - Charlotte NC, US
Catherine Stokes Pullen - Mount Holly NC, US
Joann D. Donlan - Chapin SC, US
David Thomas Heagney - Charlotte NC, US
Assignee:
BANK OF AMERICA CORPORATION - Charlotte NC
International Classification:
G06Q 10/00
US Classification:
705304
Abstract:
Methods, computer readable media, and apparatuses for processing refund requests are presented. According to one or more aspects, a first user interface may be displayed via which a user may select a fee category and a date range corresponding to a customer request for a fee refund. In response to receiving first user input, a second user interface may be displayed via which one or more fees may be selected for refunding to the customer and via which one or more reasons for the refund may be specified. In response to receiving second user input, a refund decision specifying whether the selected fees are to be refunded to the customer may be displayed.

Service For Exceeding Account Thresholds Via Transaction Machine

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US Patent:
20130218694, Aug 22, 2013
Filed:
Mar 15, 2013
Appl. No.:
13/840519
Inventors:
BANK OF AMERICA CORPORATION - , US
John Franklin Tuders - Harrisburg NC, US
Ross Matthew Feldman - Matthews NC, US
Marc Lance Warshawsky - Davidson NC, US
Erik Stephen Ross - Charlotte NC, US
Elbert Lee Whitler - Webster Groves MO, US
Mark D. Zanzot - Huntersville NC, US
Ketil Bjugan - Charlotte NC, US
Scott Mastbrook - Charlotte NC, US
William Sydney Ivey - Charlotte NC, US
Mark Allan Nelson - Waxhaw NC, US
Brenda Lisbeth Smyth - Fenton MO, US
Doris Maria Garrett - Walnut Creek CA, US
Jonathan H. Tucker - Charlotte NC, US
Catherine Stokes Pullen - Mount Holly NC, US
Paul Ronald DeKoster - Matthews NC, US
Assignee:
BANK OF AMERICA CORPORATION - Charlotte NC
International Classification:
G06Q 20/40
US Classification:
705 16, 705 44
Abstract:
In general terms, embodiments of the present invention relate to methods and apparatuses for providing a service for exceeding account thresholds via a transaction machine. For example, in some embodiments, a method is provided that includes: (a) receiving transaction information associated with a transaction, where the transaction involves an account, a transaction machine, and a holder of the account; (b) determining, based at least partially on the transaction information, that the account will incur an exceeded threshold as a result of the transaction; (c) prompting, via the transaction machine, the holder to consent to the exceeded threshold; (d) receiving the holder's consent to the exceeded threshold; and (e) authorizing the transaction based at least partially on the receiving the holder's consent.

Service For Exceeding Account Thresholds Via Mobile Device

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US Patent:
20130218697, Aug 22, 2013
Filed:
Mar 15, 2013
Appl. No.:
13/840552
Inventors:
BANK OF AMERICA CORPORATION - , US
John Franklin Tuders - Harrisburg NC, US
Ross Matthew Feldman - Matthews NC, US
Marc Lance Warshawsky - Davidson NC, US
Erik Stephen Ross - Charlotte NC, US
Elbert Lee Whitler - Webster Groves MO, US
Mark D. Zanzot - Huntersville NC, US
Ketil Bjugan - Charlotte NC, US
Scott Mastbrook - Charlotte NC, US
William Sydney Ivey - Charlotte NC, US
Mark Allan Nelson - Waxhaw NC, US
Brenda Lisbeth Smyth - Fenton MO, US
Doris Maria Garrett - Walnut Creek CA, US
Jonathan H. Tucker - Charlotte NC, US
Catherine Stokes Pullen - Mount Holly NC, US
Paul Ronald DeKoster - Matthews NC, US
Assignee:
BANK OF AMERICA CORPORATION - Charlotte NC
International Classification:
G06Q 20/40
US Classification:
705 21, 705 44
Abstract:
In general terms, embodiments of the present invention relate to methods and apparatuses for providing a service for exceeding account thresholds via a mobile device. For example, in some embodiments, a method is provided that includes: (a) receiving transaction information associated with a transaction, where the transaction involves an account, a transaction machine, and a holder of the account; (b) determining, based at least partially on the transaction information, that the account will incur an excess threshold amount as a result of the transaction; (c) prompting the holder to consent to the excess threshold amount via the mobile device, where the holder is associated with the mobile device; (d) receiving the holder's consent to the excess threshold amount; and (e) authorizing the transaction based at least partially on the receiving the holder's consent.
Catherine S Pullen from Mount Holly, NC, age ~63 Get Report