A Booking.com promotion that was too good to be true!

Kelly Thomas receives an email announcing a hard-to-believe Booking.com promotion. It says that during her upcoming hotel stay in Dubai, she can enjoy unlimited free attractions for herself and anyone else traveling with her. But is this deal too good to be true? Read more “A Booking.com promotion that was too good to be true!”

If you don’t buy a $7,000 television, LG won’t give you a free tablet

David Guggenhime thinks that LG Electronics owes him a free tablet (not to mention an American Express gift card) for purchasing one of its TVs. He contacted us because he alleges that the company didn’t make good on its offer. Or was it Guggenhime who didn’t live up to his end of the bargain? Read more “If you don’t buy a $7,000 television, LG won’t give you a free tablet”

Why won’t Chase give me the 50,000 miles I was promised?

Gary Brauch checked his Chase credit card statement. He had charged $2,000 of purchases to his new account and was therefore supposed to receive 50,000 United Airlines frequent flyer miles at this point, according to the promotion that induced him to open his account with Chase. But the miles weren’t there. Read more “Why won’t Chase give me the 50,000 miles I was promised?”

LivingSocial won’t honor its cashback restaurant promotion

When Haris Khan participates in a cashback program with LivingSocial, it shortchanges him by $130. Can this advocate help him find the money? Read more “LivingSocial won’t honor its cashback restaurant promotion”

Help! My AT&T bill just increased $50. Is there a fix?

Yes, Kenneth Bridges, you can lower your AT&T bill. Read more “Help! My AT&T bill just increased $50. Is there a fix?”

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