Old Mar 10, 14, 4:42 pm
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MH wants to charge me for checking in my wheelchair at check-in?

MH wants to charge me for checking in my wheelchair at check-in?

THAT is the title of the thread.

It is not up to any member to challenge another member about their posts and different ability or mobility impairment. This is a personal attack, and is contrary to the TOS.

Thanks to the members who persisted in reading the OP's posts and attempting to help by posting MH's wheelchair policy.

Its also important not to quarrel or challenge; it's usually easily remedied by using the "Alert a moderator" function to the left of each post. It looks like this, and the popup message goes to all moderators of a forum. Absent appointed moderators, it goes to the four senior moderators.

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Personal Attacks - link to this guideline

We encourage a healthy exchange of opinions. If you disagree with another member, challenge the opinion or idea - not the person. Personal attacks, insults and "flaming" will not be tolerated and will be removed, and the violator will be subject to disciplinary action. You may challenge others' points of view and opinions, but do so respectfully and thoughtfully. Attacks against groups or classes of job holders (such as Transportation Security Administration employees) will not be tolerated.

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