Michelle Frias wants $10 million from Comcast. No joke. That’s the figure in her unreasonable request against the cable giant. “Yes, asking Comcast for $10,000,000 is an unreasonable request”
It might be easy to dismiss Martha Labell’s refund request for her CRI Genetics report as a one-off — a client unhappy with the results of her DNA test. But there’s more — much more — to this case.
“This CRI Genetics report seems odd. How about a refund?”
Gayle Hackner took a Trafalgar bus tour throughout Spain and Portugal for 13 days. During that time, she was disgusted that a man and his young son in adjacent seats appeared to be sick. Their constant coughing irritated her. But the last straw came at the end of the tour when she woke up sick herself. Now that she’s home, she wants to know if Trafalgar owes her a refund for this unpleasant bus tour. “A stranger on my bus tour made me sick. Can I get a refund?”
In the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, John Monaghan makes his way to the Sheraton Suites where he has a confirmed reservation. He is looking forward to resting his weary head after a day of precarious travel. Instead, he is greeted with a closed hotel and is forced to sleep in his car. Why did the hotel forsake him? “The Sheraton Suites abandoned me during the hurricane”
Adelaide Northrop’s preferred accommodation in St John, U.S. Virgin Islands, is unavailable, so she books an alternative hotel through TripAdvisor advertised as having no cancellation fee. When her first choice suddenly offers her a reservation, she happily confirms. So why does TripAdvisor charge her $911?
“TripAdvisor left me on the hook for a $900 cancellation fee”