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Alabama couple racked up a $10,155 bill at a Hampton Inn

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Something is missing here. The hotel had to have had suspicions long before it got to this point. Why didn't they insist on presenting a valid card after the 2nd night. I find it hard to believe there is verbiage in the HHonors program that allows this. Just doesn't make sense. 

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Yep. Hotels I always stay at insist on ID and a credit card for incidentals where they run an authorization through first. This is also when I've already paid for the room.

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I haven't checked into a hotel in the US without presenting a credit card in several years, but then I usually just have my DL and CC in my hand and reflexively offer it shortly after the desk agent repeats my name back to me.

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11 hours ago, IndyPoolPlayer said:

If they wanted a longer Florida vacation, they are about to get one at the Hotel Graybar

After a 2017 leisure trip with friends to the Everglades and the Keys, all six adults in our group agreed that a return to Florida would require compensation.


I'm typing this from my hotel in Clearwater Beach (business trip).  It was only 70 degrees yesterday but the humidity still managed to ruin my permanent. 


I can't imagine anyone looking forward to spending a vacation here.  Or retiring.  🤮

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