Started by amaya_JDB, February 06, 2012, 12:32:30 PM
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Quote from: Gigantor on February 06, 2012, 01:08:05 PMA security deposit is an additional charge that is placed on your card (whether Credit or Debit) to be used in the event that damage is done to the rooms or you violate hotel policy.When you use a debit card to pay for the security deposit, it will take the funds out of your account. It will essentially be the same as purchasing something. This charge is later taken off if the hotel finds there to be no damages, etc. So if you use a debit card to pay, there will be the room charges with tax included, as well as the security deposit charge. For example: if you were staying three nights you would be charged about 290 for the room (I'm not sure what taxes are exactly) plus an additional 300 dollars for the security deposit. So the total amount of funds your debit card will process is 590. If you had 550 dollars in your account you would be overdrafted, the card would be declined, and any other fees your bank has would be applied.
Quote from: amaya_JDB on February 07, 2012, 11:07:56 AMAh I see. How about if I use my debt card but run it through as credit 'cause it has a Visa logo on it. Would it still read as a debt?
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