Katie Bauckman is waiting for a washer/dryer stacking kit from Sears, but so far, there’s been no delivery — just attitude. Is there any way to persuade the company to help her? “She’s “near tears” after a delivery problem with Sears”
Living Spaces wants Michael Wicks to pay $220 to return a sofa that didn’t fit through his door. Is that too much?
“The sofa doesn’t fit, so why is Living Spaces charging this 25 percent restocking fee?”
When Kevin Williams’ delivery goes missing, he asks Target for a refund. Is that fair?
“Help! My delivery was not on Target”
Joe Kim orders a tablet from Kmart.com, but it never arrives. Now they’re balking at a refund. What gives?
“Hey Kmart.com, where’s the refund for the tablet you never delivered?”
Question: I’ve been subscribing to the Sunday New York Times for years. No one can explain why I was able to get the paper delivered until September 2012 (when I left the country) and can’t get them delivered in November 2012 (when I returned and re-subscribed).
My address has been the same since I’ve been subscribing. The city I live in has over 80,000 people. They couldn’t have taken all the subscribers off the route. Why me?
“Where’s my copy of The New York Times?”