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Non-refundable bookings

Hi there,

Could anybody tell me why I don't get any payment when someone cancells a non-refundable booking? I've tried searching the Help section but can't find anything about it. Hopefully there will be a simple answer somewhere! Thank you!


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BrookAve

 

Because you have not set the policy for PrePay on extranet, it sounds like.

 

No prepay on a Nos Show or cancellation of any rate  equals, no payment at all.

 


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Ann Easterbrook

Thank you so much for your help.

I assume we have pre-pay set because Bookingcom handle the payment. We do not handle the payment from customers at all, it all goes through Bookingcom.

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BrookAve

 

Hi, so if you can confirm exactly the name of the payment program you sgined up for ?  

  • BdC Online Payments (VCC)
  • or Payments By Booking (PbB)  

I am hoping its the second one, but prepaid I believe still requires the policy to be set, maybe double check that with Partner Support and then let us know if its included with PbB by default.

 

 

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Іван

I had the same question as few of my non-refundable reservations were cancelled

Seems acc to BOOKING.COM policies - it is not their headache.

I even do not know if client was penalized in some way after such incident.

 

 

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BrookAve

 

Hi Іван

 

That sounds like Force Majure Cancellations.

 

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