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Do you offer an itinerary builder? Does it like Travefy?
Asked by Cindi Small on March 26, 2021 in Programs

We have a couple of platforms that provide similar functionality. It is not, however, as robust in terms of destination information. On the upside, though, it features live booking data and is extremely customizable.

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If I leave, are my pending commissions paid to me? Is that in writing in the agreement?
Asked by Tina MC on March 13, 2021 in General

Absolutely! In fact, we make it easier for you to leave than it was to sign up. Look, we know we're really good at what we do. At the same time, what we do may not be what you feel you need. Why would we hinder you from leaving?
So, yes, absolutely. Per the terms of our written agreement, you are paid pending commissions if you leave.

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I just open a travel agency which focuses on tours/trips for historical and religious sites/places. Does OA offers package tours/trips?
Asked by Arbin Suaybaguio on March 9, 2021 in General

Yes, we work with wholesalers and tour operators that specialize in historical and religious sites and destinations. In fact, we're hosting a FAM to Israel at the end of this year.

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My wife and I were looking into this as a couple. would we each need separate accounts or could we both work under the same account?
Asked by Michael Cockrell on March 3, 2021 in General

Hi! I apologize for the delay.
As a married couple, you could use one account. There are, however, some drawbacks including: 1) The primary agent is responsible for the actions of their spouse, 2) Commission cannot be tracked individually for CLIA/IATAN, 3) You won't be able to see whose clients are whose, 4) You would share one identity in our extremely active FB group and internal forum, and 5) Our E&O won't cover the actions of the spouse that's not contracted with us. On the upside, you save $12/mo.
Personally, I'd spend the $12, if only for the E&O. But, I also understand that 12 bucks is 12 bucks, especially right now. So, in a pinch, I might consider signing up and sharing an account until spending the $12 made sense.
Feel free to give us a call if you have further questions.
Thanks,

Chad

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Do you provide an itinerary builder, or do agents purchase their own?
Asked by Anne Tomalin on October 28, 2020 in General

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