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Villo! bike rental rip off

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Hidden in the fine print of the sign up pages on the tiny kiosk screen is an automatic renewal clause. Basically, they rent bicycles to unwary tourists and hit them with annual renewal fees long after they've left town. Even better, although you can sign up online (or at a kiosk located all around Brussels), they refuse to allow cancellation except by postal request. Tack on another couple of weeks to the process. What a shame such a nice service feels it necessary to stick it to customers in the end.

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