thks for your reply host8 (mispelled)
love the philosophy, ensures long happy life
not frustrated in the least
actually very amused if i may say
what the predicate is in the official (?! reply: is it a srtaight underline?
nor how it addresses the loop that the system creates whne it hypothesiezes that you will be available 24/7 for a supervisor to call back - is customer service protocols-looping company proprietary information?
follow this blog: which blog?
to improve the rental? who said anything about improving the rental? yes it could use a few more olive trees, but i'd need to be there for that
further, communication theory 1.01 states that not addressing the points of a question is not considered a reply, rather a dismissal - and diismissls are considered failure to address teh issue/s at hand - in a debate team competiton such as in college you would be disqualified!
it seems these issues are managed as well as the FB crisis
i will pass this along to fellow harvard grad in HA
your response fully apropos and seemingly right on target host8 (spell.?, sorry)
have agood 1 gals/guys
not proofread sorry
surgerygalore, might I suggest you DO take the time to proofread? We all make typos, I find them in my PROOFREADED posts and find the need to go back and edit them. But if you are going to take the time to respond, please do take the time to proof. It makes it difficult to understand and decipher your train of thought otherwise. If I'm honest, I really don't understand much, if any, of your response, and it seems as though you are replying to more than one thread in your reply, though I cannot be sure.
Perhaps you want to take another go at your response?
surgerygore (strange name!)
ha has a secret sauce. you may have dropped in rank because you are fully booked and others are not. there r also a zillion other reasons why you could drop 2,
btm line is u have no recourse. deal.
btw -- "host8" isn't a typo. she's a fan of the greatest university I can think of.. sound it out!
And on a serious note... your rank is going to fluctuate. Be happy that you were in the top of the pile for as long as you were. Consider adding all the things you can to your listing that promote your rank if you've not already done so.
Thank you for sharing your experience with trying to get help on this. I have reached out to the Resolutions Team Management and asked them to be sure this is followed up on. Thank you.
HomeAway Community Manager
Good Morning All,
Multiple comments have been removed by myself in accordance with community guidelines, the comments on those comments were also removed. I've unlocked the thread. Let's move on. sugerygalore has posted the outcome on another thread.
As a reminder: Community Guidelines.
the original reply i had posted as a new thread while erinn was doing maintenance on this one, follows for completeness of the record
i must add hi ambidextr. and
I must say a bit byassed towards academia in New Engalnd, though not as good/fun sports teams!
my preferred in the mid-west, ND
sorry, i know this will probably decrease some rank, who knows may be a parameter with some weight in the decision tree/model, the mathematical approach/base to the often quoted "algorithm"
a pleasure reading all of you
and w/o typos, sorry for mine OH St
hello hill, hi erinn, greetings & salutations everyone
call w nadja, thks erinn, somewhat surreal at times for both of us i am sure, yet relaxing, thks nadja
* she confirmed HA supervisors to be very occupied beings, contrary to clients must be the inference if the conclusion is that calls are initiated at the discretion of the supervisor, even for escalations not requested by the caller - so question answered but problem unsolved
* property now appears on searches, contrary to what emmanuel, also a supervisor of the sort had stated a couple of days ago - he had told me he would escalate to Production - the threat only of that must have sufficed for the listing seemingly now behaves
* market ranking and relevance of shared metrics parameters remain unanswered - a bit of poetry in the probability and statistics world actually not such a bad thing - no more climbing ladders there i assume (scala = ladder in latin, hence escalation)
my original question in this thread converted itself to Assumed Answered - not responsible for the conversion, i expect/hope no one will ask me what the answer is
we all know the saying, very common and lethal in certain activities, "if you assume something you make an first-three-letters-of-the-word of yourself"
Again, thks erinn and nadja, ohst and hill, for their contribution and insight
best to y'all, sorry for typos not (really well) proofread
happy sailing in a starry sky
over and out