Collect Calls Sample Clauses

Collect Calls. We will pay you commission (the “Commission”) based on Gross Revenues we earn through the completion of collect, debit and prepaid calling card calls, except for interstate calls, placed from the Facilities as specified in the chart below. Gross Revenues shall mean all gross billed revenues relating to completed collect calls generated by and through the Inmate Telecommunications System. Regulatory required and other items such as federal, state and local charges, taxes and fees, including transaction funding fees, transaction fees, credits, billing recovery fees, charges billed by non-LEC third parties, and promotional programs are excluded from revenue to the Provider. We shall remit the Commission for a calendar month to you on or before the 30th day after the end of the calendar month in which the calls were made (the “Payment Date”). All Commission payments shall be final and binding upon you unless we receive written objection within sixty (60) days after the Payment Date. Your payment address is as set forth in the chart below. You shall notify us in writing at least sixty (60) days before a Payment Date of any change in your payment address.
Collect Calls. The Company agrees to provide local, intralata, interlata, interstate and international calling to the inmates. To the extent consistent with applicable federal and state laws, rules and regulations, CONTRACTOR agrees to provide, and the COUNTY hereby agrees to accept the provision of operator services with automated assistance for the COUNTY detention facilities. Each operator service call originating from the telephones and placed through the Company may be chargedcollect” to pre- approved destinations. CONTRACTOR will validate each call through the national Line Information Database (LIDB) and will only process “collect” calls to destination points that do not have registered blocks. Calls shall only be billed upon “acceptance” by the destined party. CONTRACTOR shall notify each called destination that the call is coming from a Correctional Center, announce the name of the “caller/inmate”, provide an option to access rate information, and allow for acceptance or denial of the call.
Collect Calls. Types of collect calls include:
Collect Calls. Except for collect calls to coin telephones, collect calls shall be permitted by COMSAT and AT&T in both directions between mobile stations and fixed locations within the United States, excluding Alaska.

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Payment Order Processing and Cut-off Times Payment orders we accept will be executed within a reasonable time of receipt. Unless we have agreed otherwise in writing, a payment order may not necessarily be executed on the date it is received or on a particular date you specify. Cut-off times may apply to the receipt, execution and processing of fund transfers, payment orders, cancellations, and amendments. Fund transfers, payment orders, cancellations, and amendments received after a cut-off time may be treated as having been received on the next fund transfer business day. Information about any cut-off times is available upon request. From time to time, we may need to temporarily suspend processing of a transaction for greater scrutiny or verification in accordance with applicable law. This action may affect settlement or availability of the transaction.
Billing and Collections Except for members exempt from cost sharing pursuant to Section 4.1.4, all HIP members are responsible for making financial contributions to their health care coverage, either through regular POWER Account contributions or HIP Basic copayments for services. The Contractor shall be responsible for billing, collecting and applying applicable POWER Account contributions for members receiving HIP Plus or HIP State Plan Plus benefits. Collection services shall include:  Creating and maintaining HIPAA compliant POWER Account contribution billing services;  Generating and mailing invoices, although members may opt-in to receiving electronic invoices;  Receiving and posting payments;  Monitoring and tracking missed payments;  Processing returned checks;  Stopping or placing collections on hold as directed by the State;  Generating past due notices and other notifications;  Generating other informational materials as requested by the State;  Providing documentation of account activities and other financial reports;  Processing and mailing fast track prepayment and/or POWER Account contribution refunds;  Transferring collected funds as requested by the State;  Documentation and reconciliation of funds received and transferred;  Establishing and handling a lockbox for HIP payments;  Providing services online that support and interface with the State’s current website;  Ensuring the integrity and accuracy of data exchanged with or provided to the State, and that the data is compatible with other software, hardware or systems used by the State;  Ensuring compliance with current bankruptcy rules, the Cash Management Improvement Act of 1990 guidelines (Public Law 101-453), confidential information and electronic transaction processing procedures;  Adhering to established health care industry standards, in addition to any Medicaid rules, regulations and or mandates, as well as amendments thereto;  Date stamping mail received; and  Forwarding all change of address notifications and mail returned as undeliverable as specified by the State. Additionally, while the Contractor is not required to promote cash payment by mail as a payment option, the Contractor shall be equipped to accept cash payments, including cash payment by mail, if submitted by the member. Further, the State encourages arrangements with local entities to facilitate the collection of contributions, including no-cost options for collecting cash contributions. In addition, the State will assist the Contractor by identifying vendor(s) that can accept cash contributions. The Contractor agrees to use commercially reasonable efforts to work with such vendor(s) to accept cash contributions at no cost to the member. The Contractor shall ensure that any cash contributions collected by third party vendors in accordance with this Section 4 are credited toward the member’s POWER Account within two (2) business days. More information about preferred vendor(s) and cash collection methods may be found in the HIP MCE Policies and Procedures Manual. The State will determine the member’s required POWER Account contribution amounts during the application process and will notify the Contractor of these amounts. The required POWER Account contribution will be provided to the Contractor in both an annual benefit period amount and a monthly billing amount. POWER Account contributions will be recalculated by the State during eligibility redetermination, and as otherwise required throughout the benefit period based on member reported changes, in accordance with Section 4.4 below.
Order Processing Any order by you for the purchase of shares of the respective Funds through us shall be accepted at the time when it is received by us (or any clearinghouse agency that we may designate from time to time), and at the offering and sale price next determined, unless rejected by us or the respective Funds. In addition to the right to reject any order, the Funds have reserved the right to withhold shares from sale temporarily or permanently. We will not accept any order from you that is placed on a conditional basis or subject to any delay or contingency prior to execution. The procedure relating to the handling of orders shall be subject to the rules of the National Securities Clearing Corporation (NSCC) and any instructions that we shall forward from time to time to all members of the Selling Group. The shares purchased will be issued by the respective Funds only against receipt of the purchase price, in collected New York or Los Angeles Clearing House funds subject to deduction of all compensation on such sale (reallowance of any compensation to which you are entitled on purchases at net asset value will be paid through our direct purchase compensation system). If payment for the shares purchased is not received within the time limits set by the NSCC, the sale may be cancelled forthwith, by us or by the respective Funds, without any responsibility or liability on our part or on the part of the Funds, and we and/or the respective Funds may hold you responsible for any loss, expense, liability or damage, including loss of profit suffered by us and/or the respective Funds, resulting from your delay or failure to make payment as aforesaid.
Billing and Collection On behalf of and for the account of Medical Practice, Practice Manager shall establish and maintain credit and billing and collection policies and procedures, and shall use Practice Manager’s best efforts to bill and collect timely all professional and other fees for all billable Medical Services provided by Medical Practice or the Physicians. Provided, however, that nothing in this Agreement shall be construed as a guarantee by Practice Manager that amounts billed will be collected. Practice Manager shall advise and consult with Medical Practice regarding the fees for Medical Services provided by Medical Practice; it being understood, however, that Medical Practice shall establish the reasonable and customary fees to be charged for Medical Services and that Practice Manager shall have no authority whatsoever with respect to the establishment of such fees. In connection with the billing and collection services to be provided hereunder and throughout the Term (and thereafter as provided in Section 8.3), Medical Practice grants Practice Manager a special power of attorney and appoints Practice Manager as Medical Practice’s true and lawful agent and attorney-in-fact, and Practice Manager accepts such special power of attorney and appointment, for the following purposes:
Branding for Operator Call Processing and Directory Assistance 8.4.1 BellSouth's branding feature provides a definable announcement to Momentum end users using Directory Assistance (DA)/ Operator Call Processing (OCP) prior to placing such end users in queue or connecting them to an available operator or automated operator system. This feature allows Momentum's name on whose behalf BellSouth is providing Directory Assistance and/or Operator Call Processing. Rates for the branding features are set forth in Exhibit E.
Two-Way Interconnection Trunks 2.4.1 Where the Parties have agreed to use Two-Way Interconnection Trunks for the exchange of traffic between Verizon and NUI, NUI shall order from Verizon, and Verizon shall provide, the Two-Way Interconnection Trunks and the Entrance Facility, on which such Trunks will ride, and transport and multiplexing, in accordance with the rates, terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement and Verizon’s applicable Tariffs.
Grievance Processing Union stewards or Union officials shall be permitted to have time off without loss of pay for the investigation and processing of grievances and arbitrations. Requests for such time off shall be made in advance and shall not be unreasonably denied. The Union will furnish the Employer with a list of Union stewards and their jurisdictions. The Union shall delineate the jurisdiction of Union stewards so that no steward need travel between work locations or sub-divisions thereof while investigating grievances. Grievants shall be permitted to have time off without loss of pay for processing their grievances through the contractual grievance procedure, except that for class action grievances no more than three (3) grievants shall be granted such leave.
Interconnection Customer Provided Services The services provided by Interconnection Customer under this LGIA are set forth in Article 9.6 and Article 13.5.1. Interconnection Customer shall be paid for such services in accordance with Article 11.6.
One-Way Interconnection Trunks 2.3.1 Reconex shall provide its own facilities or purchase transport for the delivery of traffic to any Collocation arrangement it establishes at a Verizon-IP pursuant to the Collocation Attachment.