When Diana Lee Craig cast off on the Oceania Riviera’s 10-day Eastern Caribbean cruise, there were no surprises. The ship left Miami as scheduled, stopping in San Juan, St. John, Punta Cana and Nassau, before returning to Florida. “When travel companies sell their mailings lists, junk mail becomes an unwanted souvenir”
Peggy Smith admits she was involved in an “accident” with her Budget rental in Salt Lake City last year.
“Is this car’s value really “diminished” – or is this a money grab?”
A few months ago, while I was shopping for a new Mitsubishi Outlander Sport, I printed an “estimated price” from the dealership website – “estimated” being the operative word.
“How to win the war against junk fees”
It’s easy to think this is a travel site, considering all the airline and loyalty program complaints I handle every day. But it isn’t and never was designed to be one.
“It’s time to fight junk fees, wherever they are”
Elaine Thompson orders a mystery box from an online retailer. But it’s short by two items. Why won’t the retailer replace the missing merchandise?
“This “chunk of junk” isn’t what I thought it would be”