When Kim DeBiase ends her lease for a Hyundai Sonata, the dealership demands a $400 payment for a disposition fee. And that puts her in a bad disposition. Does she really have to fork over the money?
“Hey, what’s this disposition fee from Hyundai?”
When Otis Millbrook Jr. applies for a new, low-income home in California, his application is turned down. But not before the company extracts a $70 “application” fee. Is that right? “The surprise $70 “application” fee wasn’t so visionary”
Expedia promised it wouldn’t charge Katy McLaughlin for her canceled hotel reservation. So why didn’t it keep its word? “Expedia promised me a full refund of my hotel fee. Then it went back on its word”
What’s this offer of “Dermallo” from the Delta.com site? Pat Morin wants to know. So will you.
“Offered a reward but ended up with a monthly “membership” fee”
When Samantha Armstrong sees a $250 charge on her hotel bill, she’s told it’s because she smoked in her room. Just one small problem: Armstrong doesn’t smoke. “There’s no smoke in my hotel room, so what’s this $250 charge?”
When it comes to price transparency, airlines get almost all the attention — and rightfully so. But Joseph Jacobazzi wants us to devote a little bandwidth to hotels today. Bonus: His case doesn’t involve mandatory resort fees. “Another $72 in taxes for my hotel? But I thought we already paid!”