When Scott Cady tries to invoke Abt Electronics’ “100 percent” satisfaction guarantee, he’s hit with a $135 shipping fee. Does he really have to pay to return the appliance? “Not “100 percent satisfied” with my new dishwasher. And what’s this $135 shipping fee?”
Barbara Filigenzi spent a week on the coast of Maine last July. She picked up a rental car from the Hertz counter at the Portland Jetport, and mostly took in the beauty of midcoast Maine.
“Pricey technology puts a lot on this plate”
Do you have a right to know what’s on your dinner plate? Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) thinks so. And I do, too.
“Do you have a right to know about GMOs?”
It’s what we should expect of airlines and hotels, a federal advisory panel said this week.
“Do we deserve full disclosure?”
The U.S. House of Representatives’ suspension calendar is an unlikely ground zero for a midsummer battle over airline ticket advertising. But then, almost nothing about the oddly named Transparent Airfares Act, a bill championed by the domestic airline industry, has followed a likely trajectory.
“How airlines plan to have their way with fare disclosure”