Marriott accused of overcharging customers

The Washington, D.C., attorney general is suing the hotel chain for alleged deceptive pricing online.
0:21 | 07/09/19

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Your money tonight Mary Ott is now accused of overcharging customers to DC attorney general. Is suing the hotel chain for alleged deceptive pricing online the lawsuit accusing Mary out. Of hiding a portion of the room cost with resort fees amenity fees or destination fees. Those fees possibly hiking costs by up to 95 dollars per day Marriott says it does not comment on pending litigation.

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