Accomms Least Wanted
An independent Accommodation Industry driven database and alert system that provides details of guests banned by other accommodation providers. This risk mitigation platform ensures better guests for better stays.
GET ALERTS AND NOTIFICATIONS WHENEVER A NEW ROGUE GUEST IS IDENTIFIED WITHIN YOUR REGION OF OPERATION.
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REAL TIME NOTIFICATION
Get alerts sent to your inbox whenever a new rogue guest is entered into the system by another provider in your area (adjust your alert settings in your dashboard). This helps prevent rogue guests’ accommodation hopping and damaging multiple local providers. It also helps local Police track rogue or unwanted guests who if required.
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CONTROL YOUR RISK WITH INFORMATION
Get information about the rogue guest before they even appear at your accommodation. Get a detailed report of their abuse to property and other illegal behaviour.
JOIN AN EXCLUSIVE COMMUNITY THAT CARES ABOUT PROTECTING YOUR ACCOMMODATION.
The damage to your facility, your reputation, staff morale and to other guest comfort, that can be caused by one rogue guest is priceless. We have kept our pricing low to make this risk mitigation platform affordable to even the smallest Registered Accommodation provider.
$399/ PER YEAR
An annual subscription is $399 +GST. Being aware of just one rogue guest listed on the ALW database has the capacity to more than pay for subscription.
Accomms Least Wanted (ALW) has recently launched a commission-based referral program for Partners and Supporters of ALW’s Risk Mitigation Platform for Registered Short Term Accommodation Providers (STAPs). Tamie Matthews, CEO/Founder of RevenYou has become one of ALW’s early supporters to adopt the referral program. RevenYou has begun promoting ALW to RevenYou’s own customer base as an essential risk mitigation tool to protect STAP businesses, property, staff and guests from Rogue Guest behaviours and subsequent damage to property and reputation.
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