03-17-2017 07:50 PM
I am more or less new to the Airbnb, just hosted around 20 times and stayed around 5 times in someone home.
So far only two guest were problematic. But this last one is telling lies to the people that work on my property and then telling me other lies about them. They have worked with me for more than 5 years and I have never had a problem, and most guest love them, they spoil them rotten and go out of their way to help.
So far the problem as just eneded up in tears from my employees, but tears are beyond what I feel confortable by far, very very far.
What can I do? How do I kick them out if the problem continues or worst, it escalates? It is a family, only one of them is the problem.
I am sure we are getting a bad review from this, our second! How bad is having two bad reviews?
Thank you for any feed back and help
03-17-2017 08:19 PM
Sounds like you need them out, contact AirBnb and get the relocated.
03-17-2017 08:33 PM
Thank you for your reply. How do I do that?
I have called a few times and finally managed to get someone to pick up, and they sent me an email but have offered no help and just asked me if I was happy about having recieved a reply. I would LOVE to relocate them, I will even pay for their new place, no problem, a good night sleep is price less and this kind of problem will keep me awake until they leave.
03-17-2017 08:54 PM
Not sure how the conversation went, did you tell ANN your house rules were broken and they would be leaving?
03-17-2017 09:01 PM
First of all, thank you very much for answering!!
I am not sure I expressed how grateful I am the first time you answered.
I am not sure what ANN is, but I called and tried my best to tell me the house rules were not being followed and I wanted to know how to kick out the guest in case of need.
Is there an ANN number or email? I am speaking with someone but I feel they just want to tell me, don't worry about it, deal with it, and I think things will get to the point were I will not be able to handle them.
03-17-2017 09:06 PM - edited 03-17-2017 09:07 PM
ANN is what happens when you have big fingers and a small screen and do not check your typing.
I can only think of telling ABB that they are leaving at xxx time as they have broken your house rules and that they may need rehousing.
I assume that the situation is bad enough to chuck them out.
03-18-2017 12:21 AM - edited 03-18-2017 12:22 AM
Wow, thanks for sharing. I am new to hosting with Airbnb and my first guess was rude in the email and dishonest so I cancel her reservation because she did not want to pay for her extra guest and boy did she get rude. I canceled her reservation (5) days before arrival and that was not go enough for her. She basically told me I haven't heard the last of her! I am thinking about not even participating in the program due to the lack of respect.
Forgive me I just needed to share.
03-18-2017 03:08 PM
I do like Airbnb but I am also in the same page, maybe I should just stop cause I might get a crazy person again.
03-19-2017 02:46 PM
I feel for you. I just booked a guest last weekend. His first time. Very labor intensive before he even got here. Wanted to pay on 2 seperate cards and I tried to help. Even up to the afternoon before his arrival I wasn't sure he was coming as he didn't answer any texts or emails.
He checked in on Wed for 2 nights. Without me knowing it, he left Thursday morning without saying a word. I didn't know he was gone (stayed out of his room) until about 3pm when I noticed his stuff was gone. He didn't bring much. Now he is harassing me via text (suddenly he is able to communicate) and is demanding a refund. I have tried to tell him that I can't adjust his reservation, only he can. I believe he is still in town and I am a little fearful that he will come by my house and confront me or possibly damage my car, etc. We each gave each other 1 star. I haven't hosted a lot nut I've gotten good reviews. I have guests coming at the end of the month and when they go, I think I'm dropping out. He also had a girl come over and he also smoked in the house.
You did right to listen to your instincts and cancel her. And news to her, she is done with you.
03-31-2017 01:29 PM
Be cafeful. I cancelled a reservation last year due to an underage booking, and lost my Super Host status. Airbnb told me that would happen, however, I do not rent to people under 25 (this kid was maybe, 18) and we do not allow parties in our house. Airbnb was no help at all. Ever since, I have had minimal bookings, and a lot of Spam (people pretending to want to rent a year from now but really want to list my house or manage it) its been crazy. I have had no Airbnb support. Getting ready to take my listing elsewhere.