Talk:9flats

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Need clarification[edit]

I have read the last paragraph. It was written as //9flats is the only player in this field that does not charge the guest anything - all fees are paid by the Host.// Is it true? I think, http://www.sfgate.com/travel/article/Airbnb-Couchsurfing-Roomorama-on-the-rise-2326042.php#page-3 this link says it correctly. The website also states //Method: Similar to Airbnb and Roomorama, only mostly in Europe.// So, I think that line has to be edited. -- SuryaPrakash  Talk... 12:58, 8 September 2014 (UTC)