Nondiscrimination Policy

Effective date: 05th January 2022

One Stop Check-In is an open and incredibly diverse community, drawing together individuals of different cultures, values, and norms. We are dedicated to bringing people of different backgrounds together in an inclusive and respectful manner.

Specific Guidance for Hosts

Our Host users will follow these rules when considering checking in potential guests and hosting guests:

Race, Color, Ethnicity, National Origin, Religion, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, or Marital Status

  • One Stop Check-In hosts¬†may not:
    • Impose any different terms or conditions based on race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, or marital status.
    • Post any listing or make any statement that discourages or indicates a preference for or against any guest on account of race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, or marital status.

Gender Identity

  • One Stop Check-In hosts¬†may not:
    • Impose any different terms or conditions based on gender.
    • Post any listing or make any statement that discourages or indicates a preference for or against any guest on account of gender, unless the host shares living spaces with the guest.

Age and Familial Status

  • One Stop Check-In hosts¬†may not:
    • Impose any different terms or conditions based on the guest‚Äôs age or familial status, unless where prohibited by law.

Disability

  • One Stop Check-In hosts¬†may not:
    • Impose any different terms or conditions based on the fact that the guest has a disability.
    • Prohibit or limit the use of mobility devices.
    • Post any listing or make any statement that discourages or indicates a preference for or against any guest on account of the fact that the guest has a disability.

Personal Preferences

  • One Stop Check-In hosts¬†may:
    • Require guests to respect restrictions on foods and drinks consumed in the listing (e.g., a host who maintains a vegetarian kitchen may require guests to respect those restrictions). These restrictions should be stated clearly in your house rules.

In some places, communities may allow or even require people to make accommodation distinctions based on, for example, marital status, national origin, gender or sexual orientation, contrary to our general nondiscrimination principles. In these cases, we do not require hosts to violate local laws. Hosts who live in such areas should set out any such restriction on their listing, so that prospective guests are aware of the issue. In communicating any such restrictions, we expect hosts to use clear, factual, non-derogatory terms. Slurs and insults are not permitted,

What happens when a host does not comply with our policies in this area?

If a particular listing contains language contrary to this nondiscrimination policy, the host will be asked to remove the language and affirm his or her understanding and intent to comply with this policy and its underlying principles. One Stop Check-In may also, in its discretion, take steps up to and including suspending the host from the One Stop Check-In platform.

If the host improperly sets rules on the basis of protected class, or uses language demonstrating that his or her actions were motivated by factors prohibited by this policy, One Stop Check-In will take steps to enforce this policy, up to and including suspending the host from the platform.

The Nondiscrimination Policy applies to all parts of the One Stop Check-In business.

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