Canceled flights, but no refund? What’s going on, Volaris?

Osvaldo Gratacos and his fiancée planned a trip to Mexico for their wedding for themselves and his family members in Puerto Rico. But when Hurricane Irma passed over Puerto Rico, Volaris canceled Gratacos’ relatives’ flight two days before their scheduled departure, forcing Gratacos to cancel their air and hotel reservations. He would like a credit for future travel from the companies involved. But until our advocates became involved in his case, all he received was silence.

No, your baby can’t fly to Mexico without a passport

Aly Meyer spent months excitedly planning the perfect tropical getaway for ten members of her extended family. Unfortunately, when United Airlines denies boarding to the littlest member of the group, the trip came to an abrupt halt.

I already have auto insurance, so why is Europcar forcing me to buy it for my car rental?

When Allison Blake rents a car through Hotwire for her trip to Mexico, she is forced to purchase auto insurance coverage even though she already has it through Allianz. Can our advocates persuade Hotwire to refund Blake the cost of the insurance she didn’t need?

National overbooked and left me stranded in Mexico with no car

When Robert Segal and his wife planned their Mexican vacation, they reserved an SUV from National Car Rental through Hotwire. But when they arrived at the National rental facility in Mexico City to pick up the car, they found that there was no SUV available for them to drive off the lot. National had “oversold” its vehicle inventory.

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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