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Trust, Safety & Security

December 17, 2018 by drradmin

Trust & Safety & Security

Safety of our Guest & Host is our Top priority

Sharing rooms in your home with someone you’ve never met can make you feel uncertain if you don’t know what to expect.
Here are some suggestions that will help ensure your drr hosting , and your guest’s stay are both positive experiences

1) Outline your drr guidelines in your listing
Your drr listing should let your guests know all of the special features and amenities of the drr room. You should be very specific about details that may be important to your potential guest experience. Specifics such as neighborhood, floor plan, accessibility, are important details to potential guest.

Creating house rules that are fair but protect both guest & host is extremely important.
Having rules and clear penalties for violating occupancy rules, no party rules, and any other guidelines that you put in place to abide by.

2) Set Check-In requirements
Daily Room Rentals require guest to provide their full name, date of birth, phone number, email address, and payment information to before booking. Drr hosts should also require their guest to with a government ID of all occupants at check in. License plates numbers and additional guest information are some great data to gather on your guest check-in form that host can create.

3) Communicate with your guest in advance
Getting to know your guest prior to them coming to the door can be very helpful. A simple phone call between hosts and guests can be very helpful in setting the tone and relaying the expectation for both parties for the booking. Conversations with guest prior to the check-in date give host the who, what, where, when, why and how of what their guest expectation are. This will assist host with guiding their guest with staying in compliance and also allow host to service guest with specific need or request.

4) List clear contact numbers for Host
Host should visible post their emergency procedures. Guest should also should receive a copy of emergency procedure in their check-in information. Information such as host contact info, vendor contact info, the nearest hospital, and all emergency information for local authorities.

5) Have safety info & equipment on-site
It’s important to equip your home or experience and your guests with the safety essentials they might need during their trip. This includes things like a working smoke and carbon monoxide dioxide a fire extinguisher, a first aid kit, and information on how to get in touch with local authorities.

6) Security
Our Daily Room Rentals community are committed to share their homes, neighborhoods. There hosting experience is crucial to our hosting communities satisfaction and success. Whether you’re opening your drr room as a host or experiencing a host’s hospitality as a guest, feeling secure is the top goal. Mutual respect for each other is expected. Respect for property, information, personal belongings, check-in and out times, and privacy is expected.

7) ZERO tolerance for theft, vandalism, or extortion
You should not take property that isn’t yours, use someone’s property without their permission, copy others’ keys or identity documents, damage others’ property, remain in listings after a stay is concluded, or threaten anyone with bad ratings or any other penalty or harm to obtain compensation or other benefits.

8) The Dailyroomrentals Extortion Policy
Spam, phishing, or fraud
These are behaviors that will not be tolerated: transactions outside of payments system; commit booking fraud, credit card fraud, or launder money; attempt to redirect traffic to other sites or market unrelated products; redirect payments meant for others; abuse our referrals system; or make false claims against other members of the community.

Violating privacy or intellectual property rights
You should not spy on other people; cameras are not allowed in your listing unless they are previously disclosed and visible, and they are never permitted in private spaces (such as bathrooms or sleeping areas). Do not access others’ accounts without authorization or violate others’ privacy, copyrights, or trademarks.

The community is as diverse, unique, and as the energetic as the planet we occupy. Respecting everyone’s uniqueness and diversity is pertainent to responsible hosting and responsible guest experiencing. Expectations of tolerance and expectations of non-discrimentory behavior is the standard.

• Discriminatory behavior
You should treat everyone with respect in every interaction. So, you should follow all applicable laws and not treat others differently because of their race, ethnicity, national origin, religious affiliation, sexual orientation, sex, gender, gender identity, disability, or serious diseases. Similarly, insulting others on these bases is not allowed.

• Bullying or harassing others
You should not share personal information to shame or blackmail others, target others with unwanted behavior, defame others, or violate our review and content standards.

• Disturbing the surrounding community
You should not disturb common spaces, treat neighbors as “front desk staff,” create a pervasive nuisance for those around you, or persistently fail to respond to neighbor or community concerns.

9Transparency & Authenticity
Your Airbnb experiences should be full of delightful moments and surprising adventures. Since our community is built on trust, authenticity is essential—it requires a balance of shared expectations, honest interactions, and accurate details.

• Misrepresenting yourself
You should not provide a false name or date of birth, use listings for commercial purposes without your host’s permission, have events or parties without your host’s approval, maintain duplicate accounts, or create an account if you’re under 18.

• Drr room misrepresentation
Do not provide inaccurate location information, have incorrect availability, mislead people about the type, nature, details, specifics of your listing, substitute one listing for another, set up fake or fraudulent listings, leave fraudulent reviews, engage in deceptive pricing, bait and switch pricing, or fail to disclose hazards and habitability issues.

•The Daily Room Rental Commitment began as a way to allow people to share rooms in their homes. We have since included rooms or all kinds including bnbs and boutique hotels. We expect all of our lister’s to keep with our brand promise Great Rooms for a Great Price!

10) Keeping your drr listing promise
Every Airbnb experience is unique and each detail specific to a home, a neighborhood, and a host. Since our community makes commitments based on these details, we have to be able to trust each other’s reliability—whether it be in timely communication, the condition of the home, or in the expectations we set.

•Providing uninhabitable rooms.
You should not provide rooms that do not have permanent beds. Air Mattresses are for extra beds if request and are not exceptable for primary room set up. The cleanliness of the room is crucial. Bathrooms adjacent or nearby rooms should be in working order with any leaks, or maintenance issues.

• Keeping our commitment
Absent extenuating circumstances, you should not cancel after the deadline set in the relevant cancellation policy. You should also not fail to make check-in possible, fail to pay, or break the host’s house rules.

• Being unresponsive
You should not have repeatable receive low ratings, be unresponsive during a guest stay, or after excepting a reservation or, fail to provide an adequate point of contact for hosting. Your participation in the process is mandatory and if guest cannot reach you and there is lack of communication you cannot properly service them.

Our Support is 24/7 365
In the rare event that an issue should arise, our team is available 24/7 365. We are here for host and guest to quickly assist in resolving any issues that may arise.

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