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Examples include. A copy of the shipping receipt or shipping label that includes the delivery address, or • For Australia Post eParcel customers, a copy of the consignment information page which shows the delivery address and the online tracking code that can be used to confirm delivery, or • A shipping code PayPal can use online to view the shipping status and delivery address. You can get this from TNT, DHL, FedEx, Skippy Post and other carriers, or You’ll need to provide compelling evidence that the item was delivered or the service fulfilled. Compelling evidence is any evidence available to prove that your customer received the goods or services, or otherwise benefited from the transaction. Compelling evidence could include a system record showing the date the item was sent and that it was either: • Electronically sent to the recipient, or • Received or accessed by the recipient. Examples include: • An extract of an online booking system for the issuance of tickets, or • An internal system record showing the deployment or retrieval of a digital item. • A receipt issued by the carrier, signed by the recipient acknowledging delivery.
Examples include. A copy of the shipping receipt or shipping label that includes the delivery address, or  For Australia Post eParcel customers, a copy of the consignment information page which shows the delivery address and the online tracking code that can be used to confirm delivery, or  A shipping code PayPal can use online to view the shipping status and delivery address. You can get this from TNT, DHL, FedEx, Skippy Post and other carriers, or  A receipt issued by the carrier, signed by the recipient acknowledging delivery.  Date of delivery and the “delivered” status  An address for the recipient that matches the shipping address on the Transaction Details Page. Intangible Items: The following is required as proof of shipment or delivery for intangible items: For intangible or digital items, proof of shipment or delivery means compelling evidence to show the item was delivered or the purchase order was fulfilled. Compelling evidence could include a system of record showing the date the item was sent and that it was either:  Electronically sent to the recipient, including the recipient’s address (email, IP, etc.), where applicable; or  Received or accessed by the recipient QR Code Transactions: The following is required as proof of shipment or proof of delivery: For QR code transaction you may be required to provide us with alternative evidence of delivery, or such additional documentation or information relating to the transaction. Ineligible items and transactions‌ Your sale is not eligible under PayPal’s Seller Protection Policy if:  The buyer claims (either with us or their card issuer) that the item you sent isn’t what was ordered (referred to as a “Significantly Not as Described” claim).  You receive more than one payment for a single transaction.  It involves an item that PayPal determines, in its sole discretion, is a counterfeit item.  It involves activity that we reasonably believe to be fraudulent, whether or not within PayPal’s system, and even if we initially labelled the item as eligible on the transaction details page.  It involves an item that you deliver in person or is picked up from you in person, including in connection with a payment made in your physical store, unless the buyer paid for the item in person by using a QR Code for goods and services transactions.  It involves sales that are not processed either through a buyer’s PayPal account or a PayPal guest checkout transaction. For example, if the sale was made using the PayPal P...
Examples include. A copy of the shipping receipt or shipping label that includes the delivery address, or • For Australia Post eParcel customers, a copy of the consignment information page which shows the delivery address and the online tracking code that can be used to confirm delivery, or • A shipping code PayPal can use online to view the shipping status and delivery address. You can get this from TNT, DHL, FedEx, Skippy Post and other carriers, or • A receipt issued by the carrier, signed by the recipient acknowledging delivery. goods or services, or otherwise benefited from the transaction. Compelling evidence could include a system record showing the date the item was sent and that it was either: • Electronically sent to the recipient; or • Received or accessed by the recipient. Examples include: • An extract of an online booking system for the issuance of tickets; or • An internal system record showing the deployment or retrieval of a digital item. Ineligible items and transactions Your sale is not eligible under PayPal’s Seller Protection Policy if: • The buyer claims (either with us or their card issuer) that the item you sent isn’t what was ordered (referred to as a “Significantly Not as Described” claim). • You receive more than one payment for a single transaction. • It involves an item that PayPal determines, in its sole discretion, is a counterfeit item. • It involves activity that we reasonably believe to be fraudulent, whether or not within PayPal’s system, and even if we initially labelled the item as eligible on the transaction details page. • It involves an item that you deliver in person or is picked up from you in person, including in connection with a payment made in your physical store. • It involves sales that are not processed either through a buyer’s PayPal account or a PayPal guest checkout transaction. For example, if the sale was made using the PayPal Payments Pro/VT product or PayPal Here, then it is not eligible. • It involves items equivalent to cash including gift cards. • It involves downloadable or streaming content, or a licence for digital content. • It involves a donation. • It relates to the purchase of a financial product or investment of any kind. • It involves a payment sent using PayPal’s Friends And Family functionality. • It involves a payment made using PayPal Payouts or Mass Pay. • The item is a vehicle, including, but not limited to, a motor vehicle, motorcycle, recreational vehicle, aircraft or boat. Restricted Activities In ...
Examples include. Immediately removing all refuse, bathroom refuse included, and either transporting it back to your home for disposal or using the dumpster at the far end of the clubhouse parking lot. The code to unlock the dumpster is 8400. - Cleaning the floors (vacuuming rugs; sweeping or mopping tile floors if needed). - Wipe down all counters and sink in kitchen if used, and remove all food & beverages from the refrigerator and freezer, if used. - User will need to supply his/her own paper towels, garbage bag and cleaning supplies. - All furniture needs to be moved back into place. Please see the following page for a diagram of where all items are to be put back.
Examples include. St Andrews Physicists are part of an international team that has developed a new technique for delivering light deeper into human tissue than previously possible. The process, called photochemical tissue bonding, could help heal wounds faster and treat tumours more efficiently. • An international study, led by St Andrews health researchers, has revealed that young people in Scotland have some of the highest rates of health and social inequality in Europe and North America. • A new super-resolution microscope adapted by physicists at the University could allow doctors to diagnose kidney diseases faster and for less cost. • Scotland's data revolution took a step forward this year with the launch of Scotland's first Engineering Doctorate (EngD) in Computer Science. By connecting research engineers with industry sponsors, the programme will apply cutting-edge analytics and data science to problems facing industry.
Examples include. A. When the employee is required to work beyond the employee's regular shift they will be compensated for a minimum of thirty (30) minutes at time and one-half.
Examples include. Commented [HK-16]: No standard list of conditions, the conditions are project specific.
Examples include. 3.6.4.1 Failure to meet critical contract deliverables, performance measures, or milestones;
Examples include. Credit documents Bills of lading Contracts Other paper documents Mosaic Scanned Documents: These are documents that are received in electronic form that require indexing in order to store the document electronically and allow online access to the document. Set-up/Development Charge: $105.00 per hour. Charge is directly related to the amount of development time needed to provide the end user with the required access, search and retrieval capabilities for that document type. Ongoing Charge: $0.11 per page imaged for documents that require indexing and storage only. Charge is directly related to the effort involved in the indexing of the documents. It is also related to the cost of storage media and ongoing document/system maintenance. Additional research efforts to collect information, not provided by Mosaic, in order to properly scan and index the documents provided will be charged as an hourly service at the standard hourly rate.