Warnings about unwarranted credit card chargebacks are a staple of this consumer advocacy site. But Karen Melikian’s chargeback error is one of the most troubling cautionary tales in our vast library of complaints. “Here are the disastrous results of making a chargeback error”
There are cases and then there are cases. Keontae Moore’s problem, which involves a Sprint phone activation, girlfriend troubles and money, is a case.
I’m not entirely sure what kind of lesson this story teaches. In fact, I’m not even sure what this case is about. I’ll tell you the story and then let you decide. “Here’s how one man’s girlfriend troubles led to big Sprint problems”
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”
Elgy Gillespie was on her way to the airport when she lost her passport. No problem, she thought. She had recently read an article about lost passport problems. So she was confident that she could talk her way onboard her international flight. But when a Norwegian Air Shuttle agent unequivocally denied her check-in without a passport, she was stunned by his lack of understanding and contacted Elliott Advocacy for help. “No, you can’t fly internationally with just a library card”
Barbara Vannier’s adult daughter tried to check in for her recent international cruise with just a driver’s license and a printout from Ancestry.com. Unfortunately, she quickly found out that this is not valid ID to cruise to Canada and the ship left without her. Now Vannier wants an apology from Royal Caribbean and a full cash refund for her daughter’s missed vacation. But is she entitled to either? “A “printout” from Ancestry.com is not valid ID to cruise to Canada”