Hey all I have a spot to the Open that i cant use, my knee exploded back in dec and just got surgery two weeks ago. I contacted the woman in charge of "Mountain Sports International" (MSI) Sara Pinsoneault, about a refund and she told me they do not offer refunds but if I can fin someone to take my spot I can tell her and she will make the change. Here is the msg exchange:
I'm so sorry to hear about your injury...but our
refund policy states:
Athletes may receive a refund (minus a $30
cancellation fee) if they notify event representative
45 days or more prior to event. There will be no
refund within 45 days of event.
since we are within 45 days of the event, we won't be
able to issue you a refund.
BUT, if you do find someone to take your spot, you can
have them pay you and let me know of the change.
Good luck and we hope to see you next year
--- ben faturos <email@example.com> wrote:
> My name is Ben Faturos, I am currently registered
> for the US Freeskiing Open, and am a past competitor
> of the competition. Due to a knee injury I suffered
> recently I will not be able to compete and
> unfortunately will probably not be skiing much of the
> rest of the season. My question is how can I go
> about obtaining a refund for my registration fee for
> the competition? Your input is very much
> appreciated. Thank you.
> -Ben Faturos
I'm trying to find someone to take my spot and I figured this would be a good place to start. Registration is $225 obo. Which you can pay me thru paypal. If you're hesitant I can probably get her to send you an email before you pay me saying she's going to make the switch or something.PM if ur interested and we can work something out.
holy shit, i didnt know it was so expensive to enter if i lived in colorado i probably would have done it though
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