Important: Information about your purchases, reservations, and subscriptions may also be saved with your activity in other Google services. For example, if you viewed a product using Search and then purchased it, your searches for that product might be saved in your Google Account.
For all purchases through Google Play's billing system on this device (default setting): Authentication is required for every digital content purchase through Google Play's billing system (including within apps).
The Google Play Voided Purchases API provides a list of orders thatare associated with purchases that a user has voided. You can use informationfrom this list to implement a revocation system that prevents the user fromaccessing products from those orders.
The type of voided purchases that appear in each response. If set to 0, only voided in-app purchases will be returned. If set to 1, both voided in-app purchases and voided subscription purchases will be returned. Default value is 0.
The response is a JSON string that contains a list of voided purchases. If thereare more results than the number specified in the maxResults request parameter, the response includes a nextPageToken value, which you can pass into asubsequent request to view more results. The first result in the list shows theoldest voided purchase.
During your initial API request, you may want to fetch all available data foryour app. Although unlikely, this process could exhaust your daily quota. Toobtain voided purchases data in a safer, more consistent manner, follow thesebest practices:
You can set Microsoft Store to require a password when you make purchases. This helps prevent you (or anyone sharing your device) from buying something accidentally. You can also use your Xbox One console to require a password for purchases.
Keep track of your child's purchases. If you let your child use your credit card or other payment method to buy stuff on their account, you can Keep track of your child's Microsoft Store purchases. Get more info about how to require adult approval for the things your child wants to buy in Microsoft Store on Windows 11 and Xbox One devices.
Keep track of your child's purchases. If you let your child use your credit card or other payment method to buy stuff on their account, you can Keep track of your child's Microsoft Store purchases. Get more info about how to require adult approval for the things your child wants to buy in Microsoft Store on Windows 10 and Xbox One devices.
As an admin, you can use the Microsoft 365 admin center to see self-service purchases and trials (referred to in this article as purchases and trials) made by people in your organization. You can see the product name, purchaser name, subscriptions purchased, expiration date, purchase price, and assigned users for each purchase or trial subscription. You have the same data management and access policies over products bought through self-service purchase or centrally.
You can also control whether users in your organization can make purchases or sign up for trials. To learn how to manage these settings, see Use AllowSelfServicePurchase for the MSCommerce PowerShell module.
If there are multiple purchases or trials for a product, that product is only listed once, and the Available quantity column shows the total of all subscriptions acquired for that product.
You can enable or disable purchases and trials for users in your organization. The MSCommerce PowerShell module includes a PolicyID parameter value for AllowSelfServicePurchase that lets you control whether users in your organization can make purchases or start trials, and for which products.
When you use the AllowSelfServicePurchase policy, it controls both purchases and trials. For a list of the products available, see View a list of self-service purchase products and their status.
You can assign existing licenses or buy extra subscriptions through existing agreements for users assigned to purchases or trials. After you assign these centrally purchased licenses, you can request that users cancel their existing subscriptions. Alternatively, you can take over the subscription and cancel it yourself in the admin center. For steps to do that, see Take over a purchase or trial subscription.
Background: In 2016, Chile implemented a unique law mandating front-of-package warning labels, restricting marketing, and banning school sales for products high in calories, sodium, sugar, or saturated fat. We aimed to examine changes in the calorie, sugar, sodium, and saturated fat content of food and beverage purchases after the first phase of implementation of this law.
Methods: This before and after study used longitudinal data on food and beverage purchases from 2381 Chilean households from Jan 1, 2015, to Dec 31, 2017. Nutrition facts panel data from food and beverage packages were linked to household purchases at the product level using barcode, brand name, and product description. Nutritionists reviewed each product for nutritional accuracy and categorised it as high-in if it contained added sugar, sodium, or saturated fat and exceeded phase 1 nutrient or calorie thresholds, and thus was subject to the labelling, marketing, and school regulations. Using fixed-effects models, we examined the mean nutrient content (overall calories, sugar, saturated fat, and sodium) of purchases in the post-policy period compared to a counterfactual scenario based on pre-policy trends.
Interpretation: The Chilean phase 1 law of food labelling and advertising policies were associated with reduced high-in purchases, leading to declines in purchased nutrients of concern. Greater changes might reasonably be anticipated after the implementation of phases 2 and 3.
In December 2008, as evidence of a dramatic slowdown in the U.S. economy mounted, the Federal Reserve reduced its target for the federal funds rate--the interest rate that depository institutions charge each other for borrowing funds overnight--to nearly zero, in order to provide stimulus to household and business spending and so support economic recovery. With short-term interest rates at nearly zero, the Federal Reserve made a series of large-scale asset purchases (LSAPs) between late 2008 and October 2014.
In conducting LSAPs, the Fed purchased longer-term securities issued by the U.S. government and longer-term securities issued or guaranteed by government-sponsored agencies such as Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac. The Fed purchased the securities in the private market through a competitive process; the Fed does not purchase government securities directly from the U.S. Treasury. The Fed's purchases reduced the available supply of securities in the market, leading to an increase in the prices of those securities and a reduction in their yields. Lower yields on mortgage-backed securities reduced mortgage rates as well. Moreover, private investors responded to lower yields on U.S. Treasury securities and agency-guaranteed mortgage-backed securities by seeking to acquire assets with higher yields--assets such as corporate bonds and other privately issued securities. Investors' purchases raised the prices of those securities and reduced their yields. Thus, the overall effect of the Fed's LSAPs was to put downward pressure on yields of a wide range of longer-term securities, support mortgage markets, and promote a stronger economic recovery.
Pluses: Can be economical, particularly, if you're prepared to handle the logistics of clearing the goods through Customs yourself. Also, the best way to handle large bulky purchases.
Promotional image. Each promoted in-app purchase requires a unique promotional image that best represents the in-app purchase. This image appears on your App Store product page; on the Today, Games, and Apps tabs if your content is featured; and can appear in search results. Please note that consumable in-app purchases will not appear in search results.
Effective June 1, 2015 the Treasury Department lowered the maximum dollar amount allowed for intergovernmental transactions to $24,999 per day (not per single transaction). This change does not impact agency purchases from commercial vendors, either via open market or through GSA Advantage. It does apply to purchases from GSA Global Supply or GSA's retail stores, as well as purchases from Personal Property or GSA Fleet. A few notes to keep in mind:
When you publish your skill with in-skill products to the Alexa Skills Store, you get paid for in-skill purchases according to the terms and policies established by the Amazon Developer Services Agreement.
On February 14, 2020, the Economic and Trade Agreement Between the United States of America and the People's Republic of China: Phase One went into effect. Under the deal, China agreed to expand purchases of certain US goods and services by $200 billion for the two-year period from January 1, 2020, through December 31, 2021, above 2017 baseline levels.
Over the course of 2020-21, this PIIE Chart tracked China's monthly purchases of US goods only covered by the agreement. (Because services data were only available at a considerable time lag and not at the monthly frequency, they were not reported in these updates.) Following the text of the legal agreement, tracking goods purchases required relying on data from both Chinese customs (China's imports) and the US Census Bureau (US exports). The chart then compared those goods purchases with the legal agreement's annual commitments, prorated on a monthly basis based on seasonal adjustments, above two baseline scenarios (see methodology section IV below). As set out in the legal agreement, one 2017 baseline scenario allowed for use of US export statistics and the other allows for Chinese import statistics. 041b061a72