1. Dining “Scalpers”
Unfortunately, there are Disney Dining brokers out there who flood Disney’s systems with requests for Disney dining reservations, and then charge you for them. How do they do it? Well, they book Disney World dining reservations ahead of time under fake names and then will scalp them for money. Guests will be charged as much as $15 per reservation, and there is no guarantee that the reservation you just bought will be successful. This is not illegal, as it is a monitoring service which alerts the client on dining reservation cancellations, but does not guarantee success in obtaining the reservation. Just get the “My Disney Experience” app, and you can check daily on dining reservations, for free.