It’s summer. Whether you’re staying home or traveling a long distance for vacation, there’s no better time for an adventure. And, although my children will be embarrassed by my show-and-tell, I’m here to encourage you to do it.
Sorry, kids. Read more “It’s summer! Go have an adventure. Here’s how”
The quilts Jerry Dowdy ordered online from Emma Cottons never show up. He tries to uncover answers — and a refund. Find out what he discovers. Read more “Emma Cottons never sent my quilts. Is this a scam?”
Al Tulone’s Razer laptop problem is too common. He returned a defective computer, and then the company lost it. Instead of trying to find Tulone’s device, Razer apparently decided to keep his $3,252.
Caught in the middle of this debacle: PayPal, with its sometimes customer-unfriendly policies. This made this Razer laptop problem practically unsolvable. Until our advocacy team got involved. Read more “This Razer laptop problem cut deep. Refund, please?”
I’m as averse to unsolicited parenting advice as the next dad. But when the advice comes from the road — which is to say, the lessons learned from more than two years of nonstop travel — it feels a little different.
The road, an inanimate thing, won’t get its feelings hurt if I reject its lessons. Instead, I’ll just have to learn them for myself each time I travel. Read more “Here’s a little unsolicited parenting advice from the road”
Getting into a timeshare is easy. Getting out of a timeshare isn’t. Read more “Is there really a way to get out of a timeshare?”