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If it sounds too good to be true….

If it sounds too good to be true….

  1. Anonymous

    Hi Ben,
    Love your blog, thanks for all the great tips and advice! Today I was checking out accomodations in Wailea, Maui, and an unbelievable mistake rate came up…$1.98 + tax + cleaning fee for a 2 bedroom villa in Wailea Grand Champions for 2 weeks in March. I immediately booked kit and received a confirmation email with all the correct dates and rate. But is it realistic to expect the rental agency to honor this obvious mistake rate? What do you suggest as to what my approach should be at this point? I actually feel guilty about holding them to this error. Should I expect any compensation at all? What should I reasonably expect? Thanks for your advice.

    Liz

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