Katherine Yasgar neglected to buy travel insurance when she booked her recent Regent Seven Seas luxury cruise. But then her husband developed a medical problem that forced the couple to cancel the cruise with no refund included. So why did Regent Cruises send her a last-minute invitation on the day of departure? “She was forced to cancel the cruise. So why did Regent Cruises send her a last minute invite?”
Jetblue offered Samuel Cristol and his recent seatmate on a cross-country flight $100 vouchers for their inconvenience.
Yes, that’s correct, Cristol had a partial seatmate — a man who did not quite fit in his own seat. And although the guy seemed pleasant enough, Cristol did not want to share his seat. Now Cristol wants JetBlue to compensate him. “Jetblue forced him to share his seat with a stranger. Can he get a refund?”
Ashley Howard just got banned from PayPal. The company informed her that she will no longer be permitted to use its money transfer service. And more bad news followed. PayPal froze the several thousand dollars currently held in her account for 180 days. “Banned from PayPal! And “she” doesn’t know why”
When Andrea Walker is directed to use the service elevator in the building where she is renting an apartment for the weekend, she’s slightly suspicious. However, when she opens the door to the unit she knows she definitely won’t be staying. The owner apologizes for the state of the filthy Airbnb rental and quickly agrees to a refund.
So why does the host later tell Airbnb that she spent the whole weekend there? “A stay in a strange, filthy Airbnb is just not her thing”
Sabrina Cousins recently enjoyed an “amazing” trip to Puerto Vallarta. She had such a wonderful time that she ended her stay by purchasing an expensive Palladium Travel Club membership. But back home Cousins came down with a terrible case of post-vacation regret. And she wants us to help pull her out of the timeshare trap into which she and her husband fell. “Post-vacation regret: Snagged in the old timeshare trap!”