When you make a reservation request, you have to enter your credit card information to reserve the booking. Payment is safe and secure and it is standard protocol to enter the credit card number, expiration date, and the cryptogram (3 numbers back of the card).
Type of card accepted
We currently accept AMEX, VISA, and MASTERCARD that cover majority of transactions. If you have other types of Credit card, it may work with our system so feel free to try once. If it doesn’t work, you can contact us for more detailed information, or use another Credit card.
We would like to remind you that, at this time the amount of the booking is on temporary hold on your credit card. You will still need to wait for the approval of your host to complete the booking.
At the moment only two currencies are accepted on our website.
If your bank account is from the United States, you will be charged in USD.
For anywhere else in the world, your bank account will be charged in Euros.
Exchange fees will be included.
Once the host accepts the reservation, you will be sent a confirmation email with the contact information of the host. Your card will be charged accordingly. To guarantee your money safety, your payment will be withdrawal from your credit card to misterb&b website. misterb&b will process the payment to the host only when we confirmed your stay.
All legitimate transactions are processed directly on the misterb&b site using a credit/debit card. misterb&b will never ask you for payment details via email.
You will never be redirected to another site, or be told that the payment system is not working properly, nor will you be sent PDF invoice prompting payment. Key words to help identify a possible scam, or fraudulent activity are: Bank Transfer, Western Union, MoneyGram, money order, cashier’s check. Remember, all payments are processed directly on the misterb&b site by using a credit or debit card. If you are sent to another site via a link sent on the messaging server, or sent a PDF version of an invoice, contact us immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you receive an email from anyone with @misterbandb.com email extension, and they are asking for payment details, again, contact the support team at email@example.com