New partner series: verifying your property's location
Dear new partners,
You’ve just finished your registration on Booking.com. This is an important milestone, congrats!
You might have even received a few bookings, but to be open for bookings permanently, you must verify your location. This is necessary to keep everyone — yourselves and your guests — safe.
If you don't verify your location, even if registered, your listing will be temporarily closed on Booking.com, you won’t receive new bookings, and your pending payouts through Payments by Booking.com will be suspended.
The good news is that there are many ways to verify your location. You can do this through a letter in the post, video upload, or even video call. You will be allocated to either of these options depending on where your property is in the world.
There are some clear guidelines on how to do each successfully, you can read more here. To finish your location verification process, once asked to do so, you'll have to click on a banner which you’ll see on your extranet homepage.
Location verification is very important. Let’s make sure you start the process as soon as you finish registering your property on Booking.com to stay open/bookable!
Happy hosting to all of you!
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