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I totally agree. And then you add to that the fact that many of these customers book months in advance and tie up your calendar only to find that on the expected day of arrival they are a "no show". It happened to me last Christmas when I first started using this platform. A guest booked for 14 days from end of December into mid January - never came/never cancelled. It affected my January bookings adversely to say the least. I just managed 1 booking for a day at the end of January. I wish that booking could be more proactive when it comes to no shows in particular. Too much emphasis is placed on the owner chasing an elusive guest for whom you have no credit card or other information. I believe they should ask for a credit card upon booking of the room and explain to the guest the implication of a no show