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April 28, 2015


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I am totally in agreement; is this an open table issue or do the restaurants not want to trust a message receipt so thhey can say the patron did not reconfirm verbally direct!?!?

One would think that within app messaging is a very important functionality that need to be refined confrimation tokens--just a thought but it is annoying nonetheless


This is my pet peeve, not just with OpenTable but with restaurants everywhere in the world. It used to be confined to the US, but now even in Paris, they call you up to confirm. My question is: have people just become so phenomenally rude and inconsiderate in the last 10 years? How difficult is it to make a call to cancel or change a reservation?

Nevertheless, OpenTable and other reservation engines like LaFourchette should have the feature you describe and have a reputation meter.

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