Chase promised a refund on our Priceline purchase – where is it?

Emily Glicksman accidentally books a nonrefundable rental car on Priceline. No worries, says her credit card company. We’ll cancel the transaction. But it doesn’t, and now it’s forcing her to pay for the car. Can it do that?
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My mom used Chase QuickPay and accidentally sent $1,450 to a stranger

Yunnie Son’s mother sends $1,450 via Chase QuickPay to what she thought was her daughter’s account. It wasn’t. Read more “My mom used Chase QuickPay and accidentally sent $1,450 to a stranger”

They confiscated 201,780 points — can you help me get them back?

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Question: I recently applied and received a co-branded credit card from Chase and AARP. The card had in introductory offer of 5 percent for the first six months of card usage. I used the card and earned 201,780 points. Every single charge was legitimate and I have receipts. Furthermore, every single charge was authorized by Chase.

This week, I logged into my online account to find my account was closed and I would not be getting the points accrued the last fiscal month of activity. I called Chase and they told me because the card was not “used as intended” they had closed my account.
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Chase tries to call my mother every day, but she’s been dead two years

Question: My mother died two years ago. Since then, account alerts from Chase have continually come to my phone, a number that was both set to receive account alerts prior to her death, and also a number to which all her calls were forwarded after her death.
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