If a customer service representative offers a massive mattress discount by mistake, is the company required to honor it?
Daniel Sellers decided to surprise his wife with a Princess cruise to the Caribbean. After he confirmed that his spouse could cruise with just a passport card, he booked their tropical vacation. As it turned out, he was the one in for the (unpleasant) surprise. “Can you cruise with just a passport card? Yes, but…”
What happens if you book an international flight and the name on your ticket does not match your passport?
Ralph Lantz found out the answer in a devastating way. He booked his friend, Jackie, a ticket to meet him on a dream vacation to Greece. But his generous gesture went all wrong at the check-in counter. That’s where Jackie’s Mediterranean plans came to an abrupt end when a Virgin Atlantic agent pointed out that the name on her ticket was not the same as the one on her passport.
Now Lantz wants to know how he can get his money back for the flight. “This is what happens when the name on your ticket does not match your passport”
Tony Tucker has a sad tale to tell. A Craigslist thief stole his Target gift card. Now he’s empty-handed, and he wants to know if we can convince Target to return the lost $284. “This is how a Craigslist thief easily stole his Target gift card”
When Mahitha Sadhanala recently headed to CVS to make some returns, he wasn’t expecting any problems. So it came as a shock when the cashier firmly refused to accept the items. When he asked for an explanation, she referred him to something called The Retail Equation.
Like Sadhanala, you may have never heard of The Retail Equation. But if you frequently make retail returns, your name and information about your shopping patterns may already be stored in this nationwide database. “The Retail Equation and how it protects merchants against serial returners”