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The article you link does not state at all what you claim. It says that no payment processor is willing to provide them service. Not that they are not allowed to use that payment method. So yes, it would be legal. And although the result of nobody processing cards for them is that they would no longer be able to accept cards, it would have no relation with ...


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As booking.com states, requirements made directly to the hotel, like extra beds, cots for babies or pets allowed at extra pay, will be charged by the hotel. Those are charges you should know about as you requested them or agreed to them. Tourist tax is also to be paid directly to the hotel but is often already mentioned on the booking page. An extra charge ...


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It really depends and even Booking.com does not know which is why they use the word may. Generally speaking there are additional fees that they either cannot collect or cannot calculate due to complex rules that need more information than provided. Sometimes there are no additional fees at all but often there is something charged by the locality. From the ...


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