Sheri Schmidt’s husband suffers a massive stroke before their non-refundable flight to Brazil. Because she didn’t purchase trip insurance, JustFly informs her that a refund is not possible and that there will be hefty change fees associated with these tickets. But hold on — could Schmidt have the protection of an insurance policy after all?
An unexpected cancellation of her domestic flight puts Janice Malvey’s Australia vacation in jeopardy. But who should fix the problem? And is there time to do it before she leaves? Why won’t JustFly fix her ticket?
Using an online travel agency (OTA) to book a vacation in Asia seemed like a good idea at the time to Mitchell Knutson. But when things went wrong, this traveler claimed that the OTA sold him an illegal ticket. He wants our help to get it to reimburse his $1,000 loss.
Olly olly oxen free. Come out, come out, from wherever you corporate executives are hiding from your customers.
When Seble Mengiste reschedules a trip because of terrorism fears, she loses her reservation. Can we help her find it?
When Anne Lederhos needed to purchase air tickets between Boston and Rapid City, S.D., she visited JustFly.com, made a reservation and paid $1,575 for tickets on American Airlines. But when she received her credit card bill, there was also a separate charge for $578, listed as “seat assignments.”
Damon Terzaghi plans a trip to New Zealand to introduce his recently born child to his family. When making the reservations, he mistakenly uses his stepson’s nickname on one of the four tickets. Of course, it doesn’t match the name on his stepson’s passport.
Gary Palmer’s story is yet another tale of price-gouging by travel companies following a name error on an air ticket. He would like to know why he should have to pay $400 for a new ticket instead of having a new ticket issued with his name corrected, especially since he wasn’t responsible for the error.
If you make a purchase online, don’t receive exactly what you bought, and then find yourself on hold for a long time when you call the seller, does that mean you’re being scammed?