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I support all of your point of views ! But we are talking and one thing is obvious - there is no BLACK LIST - maybe booking doesnt need such a list because many people will be reduced !
I can give you an example with a guest who left without paying. He even told me that he is booking.com employee and if i have any questions i can ask him for everything. I can said that i am very aware person, but this guy trick me. I want to publish his name and i want to tell everyone how he sneak as a mouse.
I am sure that even if wrote a long email with evidence and everything to booking, they will reply me - "we send an email to the guest"
We need to know those people in advance in order to take the nesseccary actions and prevent such situations.
Now most of the unfair guests just see an option to travel for free and to cheat the people around!
p.s. Monet208 could please share with us the name of this black list in UK ?