Is this really an “extraordinary” circumstance, Norwegian Air?

Normally, someone like Camille Burgan wouldn’t care what is, or isn’t, an “extraordinary” circumstance.

But, as you probably guessed, this isn’t a normal situation. Burgan is embroiled in an EU 261-related dispute, and there’s money at stake — roughly $1,200.

Hertz allowed me to cancel, but can Economy Bookings keep my money?

Days before Hurricane Irma hits Florida, a representative of Economy Bookings informs Stephen Sherman that he can cancel his Palm Beach-area Thrifty car rental with no penalty. So why is the company still holding on to his money two months later?

Can Interval International punish me for hurricane switch?

Talk about a bad trade.

Terri Williams swapped her Interval International timeshare credits for a resort in St. Thomas during hurricane season without purchasing trip insurance. Unfortunately, Hurricane Irma inflicted substantial damage to St. Thomas and the resort she traded for will be closed a while, forcing her to cancel her vacation.

Why won’t American Airlines pay me for my new flight?

American Airlines canceled Gabriel Baisan’s return flight because of a shortage of crew members. With no American flights available until the following day, Baisan was forced to book a flight on Southwest Airlines. He could not miss another day of work. Baisan is asking American to reimburse him for a portion of his ticket. American’s answer? No.

An injury prevented me from taking my trip, but what is preventing Trip Mate from paying my claim?

Robert Hood and his wife were looking forward to their trip to Madagascar when a sudden injury made it necessary to forego the adventure. Luckily, Hood had purchased a comprehensive travel insurance policy from World Nomads to protect his $9,000 deposit on the trip. So why is he still waiting for reimbursement six months later? That’s what we aim to find out.

My timeshare promised me a refund — where is it?

When Frank Isola’s children cancel their stay at their parents’ Pueblo Bonito timeshare, he asks for a refund of the all-inclusive meal plans he purchased for them. Pueblo Bonito promises him a refund — and then doesn’t deliver it. Can our advocates help Isola get his money back?

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