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Old 04-21-2016, 11:52 AM   #29
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You make a good point. Too many lawyers and too much fine print. As I suggested earlier it would/could be entirely possible for the programmers to insert a few lines of code that made you sign off there was a no cancellation policy for the time period you were trying to book.

Easy Peasy IMO.

Thanks for the warning to the rest of us. I will make the time to check all of the fine print when I book in the future.
Amen to the lawyer remark and thank you Gordon, I appreciate that!

In a nutshell, I'll make the call next time instead of clicking a button online..... The internet has made us lazier for sure.

Honestly tho, I almost regret ever starting the thread with some of the replies I'm getting.

I mean think about it, if businesses wanted to rip us off everyday, all they'd have to do is add a one liner at the end of their lengthy and most times legal babble worth of T&C page.....and obviously, not a soul could ever complain about it cuz they didn't read it entirely.....LOL! Some ppl just love to argue.
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OK here's one for you. Pontchartrain Landing in New Orleans has a policy when using Passport America you have to pay up front for your reservations if they have a spot left available for PA. I booked 2 nights and got $15 off each night (good discount) but if you cancel (regardless of notice)you get $0 unless you purchase the insurance which is 10% of the full price which just about erases the PA discount.
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Old 04-21-2016, 01:47 PM   #31
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OK here's one for you. Pontchartrain Landing in New Orleans has a policy when using Passport America you have to pay up front for your reservations if they have a spot left available for PA. I booked 2 nights and got $15 off each night (good discount) but if you cancel (regardless of notice)you get $0 unless you purchase the insurance which is 10% of the full price which just about erases the PA discount.
Thanks for the warning!
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My take on this is that the cg shouldn't lose money when someone cancels, but they shouldn't profit from it either. What I feel would be fair would be to return the fees paid if they are able to fill the spot. This would make them whole. If the spot goes unfilled then they get to keep the money. If it is a special weekend, chances are good it will get rented. JMO.
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