When Kathryn Stewart rented a car in Munich, Germany, she assumed it would cost $260. After all, that’s what her car rental company had quoted her. She didn’t expect to pay $800 in extra car rental insurance. But she did — and now she wants help with a refund. “Help! I did not want this extra car rental insurance (updated)”
It’s time to think cold thoughts. Cold, as in get me out of this heat! Cold, as in snow.
It’s the middle of summer, and chances are you’re indoors right now, a refugee from the unbearable heat. Maybe you’re imagining a cool family vacation. “This is a cool family vacation”
Howard Rokofsky just discovered an unauthorized transaction on his PayPal account — specifically, a $303 charge he never made. But when he disputes the charge, the online payment service denies it within hours. Did the company act too fast?
Jacob Finn made a big mistake when he applied for travel insurance. And now he’s in big trouble. He’s also learned the answer to the question: What happens when you give the wrong information on your insurance application?
Spoiler alert: it’s not good. But in this case, it’s bizarre. “What happens if you give the wrong information on your insurance application?”
Maybe you laughed when I said Santa Fe was hot last week. That’s not hot! Betcha you wouldn’t go somewhere like Scottsdale in August.
Oh, but I would. “Scottsdale in the summer? I’m not kidding.”