If because of international diplomatic tension travel to Tallinn is impossible due to either international travel advice or restrictions, it will be considered a force majeure and no money will be refunded.
Q: I've made an error filling in the rego, how can I fix that?
A: Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with details of what is wrong, and what is should be instead. Don't forget to include your Hash Name
Q: I haven't recieved my confirmation e-mail yet, what is wrong?
A: Three things may have gone wrong;
- The mail may have been caught by your spam filter, check that
- The e-mail adress you provided isn't correct
- Your company doesn't allow mail from automatic responses
If you believe the cause is either case 2 or 3 (or something else), send and e-mail to email@example.com detailing your problem and we'll try to fix it
Q: Why am I not listed on the 'Who's Cumming' list?
A: First of all; you're not fully registered until you have paid in full and we have your money, and remember payments are sometimes delayed by up to several banking days. Second; it is a manual process to verify the Who's Cumming list before publishing, so it may make take a few days for your name to appear
Q: I've paid butt I'm not on the 'Who's cumming" list.
A: The list is not updated in real time, we have jobs to do during the day and we don't check it every night. If you paid more than a week ago and still can't see yourself and you are still getting emails demanding that you pay up then email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include details of the transfer, screen shot from wise or your bank or anything else that may help us figure out what has happened.
Q: I've received an email saying I haven't paid. It's months until the event, can't I pay later?
A: No. There are a number of reasons for this but chief among them is that we have to start paying for things very soon, deposits for the venue and to reserve busses etc. For this we need your money.
Q: I've registered and paid but now I can't come, can I get a refund?
A: No, but you can sell your registration, there should be plenty of Hashers on social media that are happy to buy your rego. After you have finished the transaction, both seller and buyer need to send an email to email@example.com with your respective details, and we will then update the 'Who's cumming' list.
Q: What if I want more nights at the hotel, in addition to what's on the registration form?
A: You are welcome to book directly with the hotel. Please note that you may almost certainly have to change rooms as we cannot guarantee that the room allocations will match
Q: Is there a theme for the Saturday night party?
A: YES! Vikings! You can reuse your costume from Eurohash2013, or make up for missing the Greatest Party on the Baltic Sea ever, and wear and extra Vikingy costume this time around.
Q: Why can't I SWISH the money?
A: The event is handled by the Estonian Tallinn H3, and they don't use the Swedish SWISH payment system
Q: How do we get to and from the main venue?
A: Take a taxi or tram to and from the airport, or walk from the harbour
Q: Do we need to bring anything?
Q: How do you say ”cheers” in Estonian?
A: Terrible Sex or Table Sex (or Terviseks if you rather prefer that)
Q: What if I want to use the spa at Tallink Spa, but don’t want to pay extra for the room?
A: Buy a spa ticket at the hotel reception for €10
Q: Where’s the venue?
A: We’ll stay at the Tallink Express (Sadama 9, 10111 Tallinn) or the Tallink Conference & Spa (Sadama 11a, 10111 Tallinn) (literally wall to wall to each other), and the main party on Saturday will take place at the nearby Kochi Aidad restaurant (Lootsi 10, 10151 Tallinn) (see map for details).
Q: I have a dumb question that isn't on this list, what should I do?
A: Ideally keep it to yourself, we're too busy to answer dumb questions. Try Googling the answer or stop drinking long enough to let one of your brain cells work so you realise just how dumb the question is. If you are still determined to ask it then email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If we remember to set up the email address and anyone can be bothered to look at it between now and July you may get an answer, although you might not like it.