Margaret Ornsby

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I've done this a hundred times before with other businesses, so why can't I see how/where to report the unclaimed listing as a dupe of the other?
Am I blind?
Is it something unique to hotels?
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I've been clicking around and the listings missing the "Suggest an Edit" seem to be on all the smaller islands regardless of what kind of listing it is. Pretty much all the listings in the south pacific have no way of editing. Also clicked around other smaller islands in other parts of the world and got the same thing. Do you have to verify before you suggest?
 

Linda Buquet

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Not sure, but assuming that's your client, since the unclaimed one has all those reviews, I would not edit details and report dupe anyway. I'd call support and ask them to merge and be sure all those reviews stick.
 

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