If you’re a regular reader of this site, you probably have seen a number of horror stories about timeshare mistakes people make. Common themes include high-pressure sales tactics, buyer’s remorse, and illusory perks. “Want to avoid timeshare mistakes? Read this”
Sean Cummings helped put New Orleans back on the map after Hurricane Katrina. As one of the thousands of small business owners in the city, he faced a difficult choice in the storm’s wake: rebuild his hotel, the iconic International House in the financial district, at a price that exceeded its value or leave. “How to make your trips more authentic”
If you think you’ve seen it all when it comes to debt collection scams, move to Jackson County, Miss. That’s where criminals have been calling residents with fake power bills and threatening to turn off their electricity if they don’t immediately pay them. “How to protect yourself from debt collectors — and debt collection scams”
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?”
What happens when they run out of rental cars? Hyapatia Lee found out when she arrived at a National Car Rental counter in Detroit with her two young sons, and a representative told her they’d run out of sedans. “What to do when they run out of rental cars”