This is not a question; it is more of a warning to travellers who are using Trivago to book hotels in Ontario.
Recently, I booked a hotel in Toronto through Trivago. Trivago uses different suppliers to give you the best price. However, the suppliers are not monitored. As a result, after putting in our credit card information, the supplier, AMOMA, charged our credit card right away, and used their supplier, GTA, to make the booking. When we checked in to the hotel, the booking was made, but GTA's credit card was declined. When we checked out of the hotel, we were forced to pay AGAIN, and we have been told to try and get our money back from AMOMA and GTA. Clearly, this is not working, and are saying it takes between 15-30 days to get a reply.
After contacting Trivago, they said they have no financial responsibility, and cannot help with this issue. PLEASE don't make the same mistake! Don't use Trivago if you don't know the third-party company/supplier!
Never book with either of these companies. Not only is it a scam, but it is such a waste of time.
Has anyone else had a problem with AMOMA and GTA (Gulliver Travel Agency)?