Credit Card Authorization Form

Credit Card Authorization Form

Whenever you are taking payment by credit card and the card isn’t present, there is some degree of risk. To safeguard against that risk — which includes chargebacks — you could ask your customer to sign a document that gives you permission to charge their card on an ongoing basis. That document is called a credit card authorization form.

A credit card authorization form is a document, signed by the cardholder, that grants a merchant permission to charge their credit card for a period of time as written in that document. The form is often used to give businesses the ongoing authority to charge the cardholder on a recurring basis — whether that’s monthly, quarterly, or more sporadically for specific types of payments like deposits, or security fees. 

Having a card on file is a great idea for event businesses who use rentals, and are concerned about lost, stolen or damaged items. Whether it’s taking a final payment or charging for a damaged item, this document protects those transactions from being unfairly disputed resulting in a chargeback.

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*Disclaimer* Imagine THAT Event Designs LLC is not responsible for any legal action taken against the purchasers for use of this product. This product is meant to be a SAMPLE TEMPLATE, and must be revised to the discretion of the purchaser to fit their business and abide by state and federal laws. We encourage you to revise this document to fit your business needs, and then have it reviewed by an attorney for optimum use.