Read this before you file a chargeback on a delayed flight

When Milton Dortch and his wife planned their trip from Atlanta to New York in December 2015, Dortch booked their flights on Delta Air Lines. They used his American Express SkyMiles credit card. On their day of travel, a series of violent thunderstorms caused delays in the southeastern U.S., and Dortch arrived at his destination 10 hours late.

What Dortch did next will surprise you.

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If you don’t buy a $7,000 television, LG won’t give you a free tablet

David Guggenhime thinks that LG Electronics owes him a free tablet (not to mention an American Express gift card) for purchasing one of its TVs. He contacted us because he alleges that the company didn’t make good on its offer. Or was it Guggenhime who didn’t live up to his end of the bargain? Read more “If you don’t buy a $7,000 television, LG won’t give you a free tablet”

American Express keeps sending her information about someone else’s account

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Charged four times for one vacation. Why won’t American Express fix this?

When Connie Cullen books a vacation with her American Express card, the resort charges her. Then it charges her again, and again. And again. Why won’t it fix the error? Read more “Charged four times for one vacation. Why won’t American Express fix this?”

American Express freaks out about unpaid $32 bill

Mike Boyar discovers an unpaid $32 bill on his American Express card more than a year after he cancels his account. By then, a collection agency is involved and creates chaos. Is there a way to undo the damage? Read more “American Express freaks out about unpaid $32 bill”

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