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You can enable the ability to process payments by POS and/or credit card, via the payment gateway. You can also choose to enable Account Receivable Payments for the partner. This enables them to charge the customer for the booking, using their own payment method and then owe that to your business on an accounts receivable basis. This feature in Checkfront also includes a field to collect a third-party voucher code.
For example, you may have a reseller who is offering your products to their customers. When a sale is made, they issue the customer a voucher code (created outside of Checkfront), which needs to be tracked when the final booking is made at Checkfront. If an invoice total is $89.60, your Commission Report will show as -$89.60 (owing) to you.
The voucher code used will be displayed on the booking invoice:
You also have the option to restrict certain categories from booking on a per partner basis. You can uncheck an entire category so that the partner does not have access to it or any of the items inside (1). Or, you can leave the category checked, but uncheck specific items only within the category (2). From that point on, the partner will not have access to anything you have unchecked here. In this case, the partner is able to accept all booking payments, but cannot make reservations in the Gift Certificates category and cannot book Horseback Adventures in the Tours category.