1. A secure, hosted web site featuring a master administrative login that
allows the administrator to access all credit card authorization forms and
separate log-ins for approximatley 5 agents with the ability to add more
agents if necessary. The agent login is associated with an agent profile
that creates credit card authorization forms according to information unique
to each agent (their name, telephone extension, etc.).
2. Agents use the web site to initiate the credit card authrization process.
The agent would be responsible for, inputting the the number of passengers,
the client's email address, the airline confirmation code, the fare per
person, the booking fee per person, the shipping fee, the total charge and
the fare expiration date. The agent would also include the names of
passengers, itinerary and fare restrictions in a free-flow text box that
could contain as many as 7,500 characters. The form is then saved and this
information can be modified by the agent.
3. The form is stored securely in the credit card authorization form
database. Upon saving the form, the agent is presented with a secure url
that can be sent to the client via email. We do not want to be sending
clients user names and passwords. Rather, the URL would contain the
necessary information to access their credit card authorization form. After
accessing the form, the client would enter in their credit card holder's
name, their credit card billing address, their credit card number, the
credit card ccv number, and the delivery adddress (only if different from
the credit card billing address). Before submitting the form the client is
required to check a box that acknowledges that they understand that their
credit card will be charged according to a standard set of terms and
4. Upon submitting the form, the system generates an email to our ticketing
department that contains the credit card authorization form number and the
airline confirmation code.