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I agree with Ramon. I'm new to using Booking.com as a site for my vacation rental and I didn't know that credit card details self deleted. My plan is not to charge my guests until the Free Cancellation period is over - which is 2 weeks before check in. This way it's less hassle for me to return their money if they cancel. So, I was just looking at all my reservations for summer and now all those guests' credit card information is gone. I guess what I'll need to do from now on is copy and paste their credit card info into a document of my own, which like Ramon said - this isn't as secure. But if I don't record it right away, then I won't have it when needed. In the meantime, now I have to get all these previously booked guests' credit card info again - that's going to be awkward. I really wish Booking.com took care of the guests' payment and security deposits like VRBO/HomeAway, AirBnB & Trip Advisor does. It's sooo much better that way.
Also, I don't understand pre-authorizing. Does that mean you can run the card and perhaps put a future date in for actually charging the card?