Karen Melander-Magoon is troubled that someone put a stop payment on two AAA refund checks that she deposited soon after her husband died. She can’t find any documentation about these transactions, but she hopes we can help. Can we? “Her husband died, so why did his AAA refund check bounce?”
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”
Kathy Wymore wants to know if she’s being scammed. “It may be a scam if …”
The letters between Michael Lefelstein and Island Trader Vacations are increasingly desperate.
Like millions of other Americans, Yvonne Chan is planning a road trip this summer. She and a friend decided it might be a good idea to get a AAA membership — they’re both students — so they signed up through the organization’s site.
And that’s the problem. They both signed up at the same time. Only one of them meant to become a member, but because of crossed wires, they both ended up with memberships.
Which is where Chan’s trouble started.
“Oops, I didn’t mean to sign up for AAA — how ’bout a refund?”