Steve Schuster’s Chase credit card dispute goes his way — and then it doesn’t. Will the bank please just make up its mind?
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Philip Paul comes down with a severe case of buyer’s remorse after he signs a contract with The Palladium Travel Club. Surprisingly, the company agrees to release him from the deal — which makes Paul’s next move so perplexing. Read more “Here’s why you should never report a credit card charge as fraudulent when it isn’t”
When Rachel Lipnoski returns her Alamo car rental and dashes off to catch her flight home, she neglects to hold on to her receipt. This becomes an expensive problem when days later she receives an updated bill — one that charges her for two extra days. Read more “Alamo charged me for two extra days — after I returned my car and flew home”
If you ask me, the shoddiest products on earth are toys. I don’t mean that in a derogatory sense — as in, they advertised a computer, but instead they sold me a toy. I mean a literal toy. Read more “Avoid the worst products ever with these insider strategies. (Trust me, you’ll want to)”
If you think corporate America doesn’t like losing its credit card disputes to its customers, you don’t know the half of it. Read more “Are companies baiting deadbeat customers into new purchases?”