- June 18, 2020 at 11:14 am #47450Bryan WatsonParticipant
I was wondering and hoping the policy will be adjusted to reflect what we are all dealing with.
Living in Canada we don’t know when the borders are going to open, last update was they will revisit the situation mid July and decide then when the borders can open. We are hoping but it is a concern for us Canadians.
Do to the borders being closed I feel it would be unfair to penalize us because that is something we have no control over.June 21, 2020 at 3:00 pm #47454Mike CheesemanParticipant
I agree Bryan. My buddy and I live in Windsor On right across from Detroit. We are registered and have a condo booked. The one good thing is that I don’t have to make final payment for condo until Aug 15th. We are really hoping that The border opens July 21st like they think it will.June 23, 2020 at 4:22 am #47460Mike CheesemanParticipant
Hey Scott can you chime in on the border issue. By chance that the border does not open what can you do for us. It is really not our fault and believe a full refund is in order. If the border opens then I will definitely be there. After coming back I would have to quarantine for 14 days. That is not a problem since I will be retired by then.June 27, 2020 at 11:05 am #47506Scott T. – World AmKeymaster
Feel free to call us on issues like this. We understand and try to work with everyone as best as we are able.July 14, 2020 at 11:51 am #47621Bryan WatsonParticipant
So apparently the border will be closed at least until Aug 21 and could be extended further which is a good possibility. This and the 14 day quarantine and the amount of cases south of the border is my reason for backing out. It sucks to lose $50.00 because of the pandemic but my health and welfare is more important. See you all next and be safe!
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