Reservation Counter - Reservationcounter.com rip-off
Update by user Aug 25, 2015
This was resolved within hours of being posted. Their customer service has been very helpful with this issue and it came down to a SOFTWARE glitch of some sort that they are addressing immediately and were unaware of.
Original review posted by user Aug 25, 2015
Booked a hotel from home, no problem.Booked same hotel using wifi at the Days Inn a day later and our reservation is grabbed and redirected (hi-jacked) from the hotel we were booking's website, by this company and we're forced to pay entire amount up front.
We figure Days Inn is in on this and has a net on their hotel wifi and is getting a kickback! Nearing the end of our stay we had a change, what a hassle! Phone calls and the waiting while they contact the hotel, in the end they did change it. When we finally do check out, we CANNOT get a receipt from the hotel at all.
So we contact the hijackers and we still cannot get a receipt that reflects the amount we paid for the stay. They have given us a receipt for much less than they charged and we cannot get proper reimbursement for the stay! This company HI-JACKS visitors from legitimate hotel websites, takes all the money up front and then leaves you hanging and will not resolve the issues and the hotel you are staying at, feels like *** because there is nothing they can do about it, you have to deal with the hijackers!
A girl who quit the hotel that day printed this receipt out for us and you can see they paid with an American Express and we don't have one, we paid with Mastercard.This is the only thing I could get from the hotel and it was only because the employee was quitting that day or we would have gotten no receipt at all when we checked out!
Reviewer is in unhappy mood. This person stated that there is a room for improvement of dishonesty. Please immediately contact the author of this review to discuss pricing issue of reservation counter website and associated monetary loss in the amount of $57. Reservation Counter needs to "a receipt that shows the correct amount that i paid, $451. not a receipt for less than that which i have already" according to poster's claims.