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Recently noticed that my last booking.com reservation is for June next year (2020)!
I got in touch with the last guest that cancelled, to check that he had cancelled. (Due to arrive tomorrow) and he explained that booking told him that I’d cancelled.
Also found out that booking has cancelled bookings and said that it was me that cancelled!
It wouldn’t be so bad if they had told me on the 4th of March what was going on! Being honest with the guests would of been good too!
Its left me nearly speechless and very cross with booking 😕
Sorry, I didn’t mean no difference, I just wasn’t sure what you meant. No I don’t get payments directly from guest. I get paid though Booking
Not sure , what’s the difference?
I have been with Booking.com for just over a month, with lots of booking in the first week. Then nothing. Followed by cancellations galore!I have just found out that there has been a “quality review” ongoing since 5th March ! Stunned!