Creating a form that would submit complete and incomplete user information

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    Asked on June 28, 2014 at 08:14 PM

    Hi, I am trying to figure out how to do the following:

    1. users on my website ( submit a form that includes their contact information.

    2. I receive the forms and from there I want to select which forms (minus the user's contact information) results get emailed to another group of people.

    3. From there, those people would have the choice if they want to PAY for the contact information.

    4. If they want to pay for the contact info, then they click a button or link, and their credit card information that is already on file with us would get billed a predetermined amount and then they get emailed a new form or link to the form with the contact information.

    5. Only one person would be able to pay for this information... so after the first person pays for it, then it's unavailable for anybody else.

    Can you help me figure out how to do this please? Im not sure where to start. Im trying to make it as easy as possible because we could send out over a hundred of these forms everyday and can't spend too much time on any one form


    Thanks for ANY help

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    Answered on June 29, 2014 at 01:39 AM


    2. You can create two notification email. One that contains all the information that was submitted to your form and the other one without some of the information. Guide: After you receive the emails, send or forward the email without some of the information to that group of people.

    3. In order for them to pay, I would advise to create another form for Payment. Include this form into the notification. You can use our Payment Integrations: 

    Or, if you already have  their card on file, you can charge them immediately. But, we do not advise to collect those credit card information using our basic fields. That is not safe and there's a chance that you'll get banned from the system. 

    4. After you receive the payment, you can then send the email notification to the payor with all the information required. 

    5. Unfortunately, you have to manually advise these people that the certain information is already sold out. You can email them again.


    Let us know if you have any further questions.