The airline lost my bag. Do I really need to call the police?

Somewhere along the way on Alexandra Epee’s journey home from London, the airline lost her bag. She arrived on time at the baggage claim carousel, but her luggage never did. Then her experience went from annoying to bizarre when a British Airways agent told her to call the police. She did so. But the authorities just directed her back to the airline, and she found herself caught in an endless loop.

Now Epee wants the Elliott Advocacy team to get to the bottom of this lost luggage fiasco. Can we? Read more “The airline lost my bag. Do I really need to call the police?”

Sandals will not let me cancel my trip. Can I give it away?

Last fall, Kent Schroeder and his wife were looking forward to spending their anniversary at a Sandals resort in Jamaica. Then tragedy struck and his wife unexpectedly died. But when he tried to cancel the Sandals trip, he encountered an unbending company policy that wouldn’t allow for a refund — even under the terrible circumstances. But why wouldn’t Sandals allow the grieving widower to give the trip away to his daughter?

That’s what Schroeder wants the Elliott Advocacy team to find out.
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This is the worst honeymoon horror story I’ve ever seen

Lauren Weichmann missed her honeymoon and she wants you to hear her horror story.

After their wedding, she and her new spouse boarded a Frontier flight for their much-anticipated honeymoon to Cancun. Upon landing, the giddy couple made their way to the immigration window and handed over their passports. But when Mexican authorities asked Weichmann’s husband for his required visa, the couple’s honeymoon came to a premature halt. He didn’t have a visa — and the border agents rejected him for entry to Mexico.  Read more “This is the worst honeymoon horror story I’ve ever seen”

This passport mistake will ruin your vacation every time

Trevor Seamon made a devastating passport mistake over the holidays, and it ruined his family’s dream vacation. In all the preparation for the journey to Italy, he neglected to check the validity of their passports. That error led the Seamons to arrive at the airport with passports expiring within 90 days — invalid for travel. Denied boarding, they missed their eagerly anticipated trip and ended up right back home at the end of the day.

Seamon believes Air France is responsible for this passport mistake, and he wants our team to negotiate a refund. But is the airline responsible for the family’s ruined vacation? Read more “This passport mistake will ruin your vacation every time”