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? “A Booking.com promotion that was too good to be true!”
When Haris Khan participates in a cashback program with LivingSocial, it shortchanges him by $130. Can this advocate help him find the money? “LivingSocial won’t honor its cashback restaurant promotion”
Diane Downs wants to change her flight after the location of her son’s promotion ceremony changes. Why does she have to fork over an extra $150? “A $150 fee to redeposit my miles? C’mon, American Airlines”
Steve Schuster signs up for Verizon service after it offers a bonus of $200 in prepaid Visa gift cards. But the plastic is never delivered, and now Verizon is refusing to pay. What now?
Question: I recently accepted a job offer in the Washington area and established new phone, cable and Internet service with Verizon. Suffice it to say I’ve had a laundry list of problems. All have been resolved but one.
I was offered $200 in prepaid Visa gift cards for signing up for my Verizon service. Now, a Verizon representative says because of the discounted plan I have, I’m not eligible for the gift cards.
“Verizon won’t honor its “Triple Play” gift card offer”