Renting a car can be complicated. From fees to fuel purchase options, the process is enough to confuse even the most experienced traveler. But let’s keep it simple. Here’s your ultimate guide on how to rent a car. “How to rent a car: the ultimate guide”
Christopher Anderson believes he just discovered the world’s worst travel agent ever — one who lacks even basic geography skills. Just how bad were those skills? Well, Anderson and his wife asked this “professional” to plan a vacation to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. But she booked them a trip to Cancun, on the opposite side of the country. Then to make matters worse, this geographically challenged agent expected the couple to pay for her mistake.
What is going on here, and can the Elliott Advocacy team help? (Reprint) “Is this the worst travel agent ever?”
Robbyn Parker just wants his dealership to fix his car. But now the company is ignoring his plea for help. (Reprint) “I just want the dealership to fix my car!”
The coronavirus pandemic has devastated the travel industry — that’s for sure. But in these unusual times, can a cruise line really cancel your trip and also refuse your refund request?
Of course, the answer to that question is “no.” But Elizabeth Ramirez says that’s exactly what NCL did to her — canceled her cruise and kept all her money. “Can the cruise line cancel my trip and keep my money?!”
Linda Galante dreamed for nine months of a refund for her eDreams canceled flights. But none of her efforts could yield that refund in reality — until she came to Elliott Advocacy. “Am I dreaming of a refund for my eDreams canceled flights?”
After her last flight on Interjet, Lynda Leibrock discovered that unidentified “airline goo” ruined three of her bags. She filed a damaged luggage claim and hoped the airline would quickly pay — all $16,000 of it.
Things didn’t work out the way she hoped. The airline quickly rejected her damaged luggage claim almost in its entirety. Now she’s asking the Elliott Advocacy team for help. But can we? (Reprint/last updated Oct. 10, 2020) “You should not make a $16,000 damaged luggage claim. This is why”