Gotta watch for the fine print at some hotels out there
The former owner of an Indiana hotel is being sued for charging a woman $350 for posting a negative online review saying there was hair and dirt on the sheets in her room.
The state of Indiana’s lawsuit contends Andrew Szakaly violated the state’s deceptive consumer sales act by charging guests $350 if they posted negative reviews but didn’t inform management about problems during their stay at the Abbey Inn & Suites.
That’s a ballsy move writing in such a disclaimer on the hotel agreement sheet. New age shitt for sure. You can go over to TripAdvisor and see more terrible reviews for this place.
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