If a guest cancels their reservation day of check-in, after check-in hours without ever staying, AirBnB allows them to review the host/listing. This seems very counter intuitive...and in reality it is. If a guest does NOT stay, cancels their reservation without any notification to the host or co-host or even to AirBnB....what gives this guest the right, the knowledge, the tools to review a host and their accomodation? I am stunned that this is AirBnB policy? This is absolutely not fair to the host and to other guests who read reviews as a guide to find a host/accomodation that they feel comfortable with. If you read about a restaurant online, made a reservation for dinner, cancelled the reservation/never ate at the restaurant ever but then reviewed the restaurant as if you had....ummmm would that be lying? Would it be inaccurate? Would it be misleading? YES!!!! So how can a guest cancel without any communication to the Host or AirBnB and write a review and vice versa--- PLEASE AirBnB revisit this policy immediately, it does not allow an honest review of host/accomodation or guest and is very misleading to the AirBnB community.