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Discussion: refund policy

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April 28, 2011
16 posts
refund policy
why can't the team list for tourneys be posted prior to the dead line so there is plenty of time for teams to decide after seeing whether you have someone to play in your age group. I know that if isn't you are entitled to a refund but how long would it take to receive it and would it not be easierin that case if knowing ahead of time you would not have sent that large fee in the first place.
April 28, 2011
Men's 50
2609 posts
Whose interest-bearing account do you think the tournament organizers would rather have your entry fee in? Theirs or yours?
April 28, 2011
Men's 60
349 posts
Halmany: I agree 100%. I am helping a 55AA team in the Chili Pepper in el Paso. Come to find out we are the only 55AA team. Now the team has to compete for the championship of the 50AA. I feel for this team because last year at this tourney there were only themselves and another 55AA team. This team had to play the championship game vs 50AA after coming from the losers bracket and playing 5 consecutive games (I was on the team they played against). They walked away with nothing.
This year had the coach known sooner he was going play 50's he could have recruited a few younger guys or saved our money for another day. These guys are friends of mine and I feel for them. Gary19 is correct in his comment.
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