Tony Tucker has a sad tale to tell. A Craigslist thief stole his Target gift card. Now he’s empty-handed, and he wants to know if we can convince Target to return the lost $284. “This is how a Craigslist thief easily stole his Target gift card”
Be honest – you stopped playing the airline upgrade game a long time ago.
And for good reason. Airlines demanded way too much in exchange for a slightly more comfortable seat: unquestioning brand loyalty, an encyclopedic knowledge of their arcane and constantly changing loyalty program rules, or a briefcase full of cash. “Here’s how to score a free airline upgrade”
Have you ever wondered what the worst airline seat in the history of modern-day commercial flight looks like? Well, wonder no more! Aer Lingus recently assigned Matt Madrigal to the worst airline seat ever. Hands down.
For his entire transatlantic flight to Dublin, Madrigal endured the dirty “seat” with no cushion and exposed metal. “Here it is: The worst airline seat ever! (Thanks, Aer Lingus)”
After an extended stay in the City of Lights, a truly unpleasant “Paris Attitude” blindsided Margaret McNamara. At checkout, the French real estate management company accused her of vacation rental damage she didn’t cause.
Now McNamara is asking who really is responsible for this vacation rental’s giant repair bill? “How can this vacation rental damage be my problem?”
Some of our cases get relegated to the Case Dismissed file simply because of the attitude of the consumer. Bonnie Lym’s story was almost one of them. “The satellite image of my Airbnb rental is shocking — I want a refund!”