Airbnb ‘Black Box Team’ Spends $50 Million A Year Keeping Disaster Stays Out Of The Press

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  1. Crediting UA to EI has been my method for the past few years. I could slowly collect a low number of orphan UA miles in two separate accounts, or I can credit to EI and pool the Avios in my BA Household account for use towards 241 redemptions. I’d rather have the Avios please.

  2. The AirBnB headline easily could have been less inflammatory way, emphasizing that AirBnB has a dedicated team to deal with problems that customers have. Lots of other companies could do well to spend $50 million to deal with customer complaints.

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