After Jennifer Poff pays Groupon $125 for a laptop computer, it doesn’t deliver. But the company insists the laptop was shipped and won’t respond to her requests to send the laptop or refund the money. Can we help her? “Hey Groupon, what happened to my laptop computer?”
Dylan Tack is hit with an extra $359 for an impact wrench he orders from Amazon.com. Can this accidental billing be repaired? “Double charged by Amazon and “totally stuck””
Peter Kuhmerker was set for the vacation of a lifetime — a nine-day Ireland tour from Dublin to Killarney booked through Great Value Vacations. As a precaution, he even purchased a “cancel for any reason” travel insurance policy through the company. “5 things you must do before you file your travel insurance claim”
Nick Gill succeeded at something our advocates haven’t had any luck with: getting his missing balance restored to his Amazon.com gift cards. “A successful Amazon gift card case. How did he do it?”
It may only be a slight exaggeration that companies know more about you than you do about yourself.
Fire up your cell phone or laptop if you have any doubts. Companies can predict what you want to buy and show you ads for them. They know your birthday. They can even tell when your teenage daughter is pregnant. “In a world without secrets, here’s how to almost disappear online”