During his recent NCL cruise, Andrew Goldstein suffered a sudden medical emergency that required a blood transfusion. Unable to provide such a service onboard, the cruise left him behind in St. Kitts to seek treatment. Now he wants a refund for his missed cruise and reimbursement for his additional travel and medical expenses. But is this reasonable? “I only needed a blood transfusion! Why did my cruise leave me behind?”
Evan Hunt recently made an embarrassing self-ticketing mistake on American Airlines that forced him to miss a business meeting. His time zone confusion led him to take a flight to Hong Kong that landed as scheduled but one day too late for the important meeting.
So why is he contacting a consumer advocacy organization about this blunder? “My flight was on time. How did I arrive on the wrong day?!”
Maybe you’ve taken an international cruise without a passport and it was smooth sailing all the way. But you might want to consider Earl Wentzel’s troubling tale before booking your next maritime adventure. “This is what happens when you miss your cruise without a passport”
Betty Caldwell has a mysterious tale to tell. She says she was injured after her rental car drove away without her — twice! And now she wants someone to pay for her injuries. But who? “Here is the most bizarre rental car accident report we’ve seen”
Before I bring you Joanne Phillips’ NCL complaint about her “cruise from hell,” let’s watch a quick video. “Here’s how to make your NCL complaint get lost at sea”