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Rebill of UAF items

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Created by Debby W (Navitaire) on 2011-03-08 12:57:59 Back to Topics

Rebill of UAF items

in SIS UAF items must be rebilled as non-sample Sourcecode 27. Can you verify if the s/c 27 would be a 2nd stage Reject/rebill (i.e. like a s/c 05). If 27 was rebilled as a prime it would be a duplicate. Would SIS validate that 27 is a 2nd stage rejection? Debby Willmus, Navitaire
Replied by Debby W (Navitaire) on 2011-05-09 17:17:49
Still waiting for an answer on this item.... 2 months later.  Please respond.  Thanks Debby


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Posted: Friday, March 11, 2011 4:10 PM
Subject: Rebill of UAF items

in SIS UAF items must be rebilled as non-sample Sourcecode 27. Can you verify if the s/c 27 would be a 2nd stage Reject/rebill (i.e. like a s/c 05). If 27 was rebilled as a prime it would be a duplicate. Would SIS validate that 27 is a 2nd stage rejection? Debby Willmus, Navitaire
Replied by Debby W (Navitaire) on 2011-08-31 16:09:28
We never got an answer on these questions via SIS forum but did confirm elsewhere that UAF rebills will go out like a PRIME s/c 27.
 
If cpns were UAF'd from sample because they were award/frequent flyer coupons.  Could we bill those as s/c 90 Frequent flyers or do they have to be billed out as a s/c 27 to prevent a duplicate. 
 
Debby Willmus - Navitaire
and Air Canada


From:
Posted: Friday, March 11, 2011 4:10 PM
Subject: Rebill of UAF items

in SIS UAF items must be rebilled as non-sample Sourcecode 27. Can you verify if the s/c 27 would be a 2nd stage Reject/rebill (i.e. like a s/c 05). If 27 was rebilled as a prime it would be a duplicate. Would SIS validate that 27 is a 2nd stage rejection? Debby Willmus, Navitaire
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-09-15 14:25:20

Hi Debby,

 

If FF coupons are UAFed then it can be rebilled via Source Code 90. The only thing to be aware of is that when re-billing, SIS will flag this coupon as a duplicate billing if it is billed under any source code other than Source Code 27.

 

Kind regards

 
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