Bernadine Fong has a strange story to tell. United Airlines called her a no-show for a flight to San Francisco that she flew. As a result, when she tried to fly back home, the airline informed a stunned Fong that it had canceled her ticket. What’s going on here? “United Airlines called me a no-show, but I was on the flight!”
Anthony Klockenbrink is banned from Airbnb. But the company won’t tell him why, or how to get his account back. Now what? “How did I end up banned from Airbnb?!”
Before Melissa Smith and her family can check into their vacation rental in Hawaii, she suffers multiple heart attacks. She says she can’t travel, but can she get a refund from Vrbo if she cancels?
What happens if your hotel price drops after booking your room — by $1,000? That’s what Jackie Ng wants to know. She booked a hotel in Singapore that dramatically reduced its rates after Ng prepaid for her nonrefundable stay. She thought that the Hotels.Com best rate guarantee would protect her. But the online booking agent swiftly rejected her $1,000 price reduction refund request.
The surprising reason why might leave you as bewildered as Ng. “If your hotel price drops by $1,000, this is how to get a refund”
After Asiana Airlines drops a leg of Alyssa Jean Esteba’s flight from Toronto to Manila, she wants her money returned. But Expedia can’t seem to help. Can this advocate help find her Asiana Airlines refund? “Can you find my missing Asiana Airlines refund?”