When it comes to getting advice — especially financial advice — truth can be such a relative thing.
If you don’t trust your bank, you’re in good company. Financial regulations are unraveling in the wake of several shocking banking scandals Switching to Bitcoin? Ditching our financial institutions?
Do American consumers want to be deceived?
Do they like being lied to?
The busiest summer for air travel is almost over. But for many passengers, this flying season was the lyin’ season.
They take your money. And then they take you by surprise.
I hate to burst bubbles, especially during this holiday season — but companies lie.
Before Brenda Galindo retired to Winterville, N.C., Continental Airlines made her a promise: The frequent flier miles she’d earned from
Travel companies lie to you all the time. Why can’t you lie right back?
If the airline industry gets its way, and its cleverly named Transparent Airfares Act of 2014 passes, then the price
It would be inaccurate to say that American Airlines lied to Kori Conley’s friend when she tried to fix her airline ticket.
As far as rejection letters go, the one I almost never use is unfailingly polite.
It’s been five short years since the airline industry, led by an ailing American Airlines, quietly stripped the ability to check your first bag at no extra cost from the price of an airline ticket — an act given the antiseptic name “unbundling.”
In a previous life, I worked as a trainer and supervisor in a call center. While listening in on calls that were “monitored for quality purposes” I actually heard employees tell lies to customers — mostly to get them off the phone.
While everyone else is touting the benefits of new “lie-flat” airline seats in business- and first class, I know I can count on you, dear readers, to find a “down” side.
They steal. They’re overgrown children. They only want a deal.
If you’ve ever fudged a few facts to get a hotel discount, you’re not alone. Almost 3 in 10 hotel guests admit they stretched the truth to save a few bucks, according to a new survey.
Ever told a little white lie to get a few bucks off a hotel room?
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