ShoreFox works to keep financial transaction fees as low as possible, so that we can provide the best value to our partner. As international money transfers across currencies can be expensive, we work with PayPal as our financial transaction partner. At the end of every month, we will transfer your earned commission to your PayPal account where you can transfer it to any bank account of your choice without further costs.
PayPal is the world's biggest money transfer provider in the internet. If you don't have an account, you will get an email on how to set up your PayPal account with your first payment.
There is no easy answer to this question. That's why we need to get in touch to discuss the options. As a rule of thumb you can say it depends on the traffic of your site and how technology savvy your team is.
A good start for a discussion is the following:
This answer again depends on the technology environment and your ambitions. We'll discuss a business case based on the number of unique visitors per month of your website.
Again as a rule of thumb, we can give you the following orientation:
In the lesser technology driven integration you'll get a partner ID in the set-up process. This ID is in a tracking cookie attached to all the traffic you send to ShoreFox. When someone with your ID is booking an excursion you receive your commission. The lifespan of this cookie is 31 days which is considered industry standard.
Also an option for booking/transaction sites is the tracking by email addresses your application is sending mails to. When the same mail is booking with us, you receive your commission.
The more technology driven integration for cruise booking portals and similar sites is a project on it's own and you'll have own tech people we can work with.
The one or the other: Technology is not the limiting factor. Let's get in touch and we find a solution.