No matter where she clicked, the annoying ads followed Suzanne Wolko.
Whether she was visiting her favorite travel blog or a booking site, a colorful image for a five-star hotel in Chicago popped up, “almost taunting me to click it,” says Wolko, a former corporate travel manager who lives in Philadelphia. Read more “Why are these #$%@! annoying ads following me around? How do I make them stop?”
When Barbara Leary went through the full-body scanner at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport recently, her hip replacements set off the alarm. She was directed to another line, where she underwent a physical search by a Transportation Security Administration agent. Read more “The TSA’s new pat-downs get too personal for some”
Even though Sylvia Gordon’s recent flight from San Jose, Costa Rica, to Washington, left on time, she wasn’t on it. It wasn’t her choice. Read more ““You are not flying today””
Nassim Baci couldn’t believe it when Alitalia refused to let him fly from Istanbul, where he lives with his wife and daughter, to Algiers. Baci planned to spend a week with his extended family, whom he hadn’t seen in a year. He booked his ticket, which included a change of planes in Rome, on Alitalia’s website.
Read more “You say Nassim, I say Nacim. Alitalia says: Let’s call the whole thing off.”
Has anyone heard from Target lately? We sure haven’t. And neither has Nathan Macaluso.
Macaluso contacted us this past weekend from Chicago. He’s been searching for someone, anyone at Target who can help with a perplexing, and worrisome, situation. Hearing only echoes, he’s turned to us.
Read more “Hey Target — who’s been using my e-GiftCard?”