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?”
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”
I know as much about bullying as the average father of three young children. Which is to say, I’m a subject matter expert. But Stephanie Kong’s request for help may not be easily solved, and I’m hoping you can help me.
“Can you help me stop the cyberbullying on my blog?”
Now you see those summer travel deals. Now you don’t.
“Bait-and-switched into booking a summer “bargain”? Then read this”
Olga O’Hara wants to return the shoes she bought at Sears.com, but she’s getting mixed signals from the company about how to do so. Is she stuck with her purchase?
Question: I recently ordered a pair of shoes online through Sears.com. The packing slip says I can return the items to any Sears store.
I went to my nearest store and was told they can’t refund my money back to my credit card since I paid with PayPal. The only option they had was to issue a gift card. However, I don’t shop at Sears and I did not want a gift card.
They told me I could ship the items back. Well, I’d have to pay to ship those back, and I don’t want to do that.
“Stuck with a pair of shoes – and confused about Sears’ refund policy”
Question: I ordered three items from Sears.com three weeks ago. Two arrived, but the other — a coat for $75 — was canceled by Sears the same day I placed the order because it was no longer available in a warehouse or store.
It has been 20 days and I’ve received no refund for the canceled item. I’ve done online chat, e-mailed, and contacted Sears on Twitter and Facebook. According to @searscares, I am now on a waitlist for a “case manager” regarding my refund.
“Where’s my Sears.com refund?”
Question: My daughter registered online for a class with the University of Phoenix and filled out a form for financial aid. She decided that the online course was not for her and never took the class.
“Charged for an online class I didn’t take”