Andrea Hotaling blames an AAdvantage award ticket error for preventing her from flying to Italy as she’d planned. And now she wants a refund for a nonrefundable American Airlines ticket. “This is a really expensive American Airlines award ticket error”
Nikolay Lesko’s credit card statement didn’t make sense. It showed charges from Priceline for four air tickets. But he had only booked two tickets, for himself and his wife. Then the airline voided both tickets, forcing the Leskos to pay for two new tickets. Lesko filed a chargeback dispute for two of the ticket charges, which he lost. And nobody could tell him what had caused the Priceline error. “A Priceline error left them at the airport with no tickets. What happened?”
Does ScotRail really need three months to issue a refund? Robin Wynings and her husband wanted to know. They were disappointed from the moment they arrived at the train station to begin their journey. That’s when they learned that they’d been downgraded on ScotRail from first class to regular service. But although ScotRail promised a refund for their downgrade, the railway repeatedly derailed the Wynings’ attempts to collect that refund. “They were downgraded on ScotRail. So where is their refund?”
Robert Ryan didn’t understand the emails that SAS Scandinavian Airlines sent to him and his wife, Lynne. According to the emails, SAS was upgrading their seats to business class. The Ryans did not want a flight upgrade. But when Ryan asked SAS to restore their premium economy booking, everyone to whom he spoke refused to help. “He didn’t want to pay for an SAS upgrade, so how did he get one?”
Before Stephen Gondek boarded his flight back to Minneapolis, Hertz broadsided him with some bad news. The car rental company had given him a quote of $203 when he reserved his car, thanks to a Friends and Family Hertz discount code. Now it was charging him $814.
What happened to his missing Hertz discount? “What happened to my missing Hertz discount code?”