The trash thing is the downfall of the majority of HOA community airbnbs. Ive tried hiring people to drive the loop each trash night, I've tried hiring a neighbor to take it out and back for $20 per week and had ok results. I've even thought of a share economy app i'd call Curbie. Ive tried hiring people off Offerup and craigslist who claim trash and waste disposal. Looked into the extra pickup per week service on the official waste management website as well as frequently getting extra bins to the home. Of course we put stickers on the trash bin, in the welcome book and even direct airbnb messages, text messages, phone calls. The housekeepers are supposed to upload the photos of each room and trash bins.
Even with all this and my personally driving to some they don't make it out or don't make it in. Id say only 5% of people tie trash bags. Missed for a week or two and its offensive. Morning walkers catch on quick to the static olfactory offense
This condo was only offered as a vacation rental when it was allowable by law. After recreational legalization the listing title was 420 friendly OK for a short time. VRBO could have stopped the robbery of my home, stealing of my identity, all my personal effects and faith in a fraudulent credit card but didnt. Below is what happened and how you can avoid it. My Condo! VRBO accepted a reservation under the name and card of Wesley Munz (stolen credit card) by running the card through Yapstone payments who VRBO works exclusively with for ALL payment processing. VRBO showed me the payment was MADE and complete.. At 7am on the morning of expected checkin checkin an email hits my spam folder from Yapstone. I am very careful not to miss VRBO related communications so I have an email filter for all communications with VRBO Listing in the email. This Yapstone email has "VRBP Listing" a TYPO in the TITLE and body of the email? The only email to ever co
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