Even though Harold Singer isn’t concerned with his tour operator’s ethics, his recent email suggests we should be. And he’s right. “Is it ethical for a tour operator to make “such a large extra profit”?”
George Antoun is quoted a monthly rate of $59 for his Internet and phone service. So why is CenturyLink billing him $76? And can he get a price adjustment?
“CenturyLink backpedals on a price quote — how about a price adjustment?”
Do American consumers want to be deceived?
Do they like being lied to?
Those are the provocative questions raised by a recent debate about eliminating restaurant tips. It’s a discussion that rages on, particularly in the travel industry, where consumers are lied to without shame or legal repercussions every day.
“Please lie to us!”
Rick Hudnett recently pulled into a Chevron station near his home in Orlando. He wishes he hadn’t.
A $275-a-night rate at an all-suites hotel on Times Square is not a bad deal. But $255 is an even better deal, and Joan Kozon thinks InterContinental Hotels should honor it.
“Why won’t InterContinental Hotels honor its “best” price guarantee?”