When Marianne Finnigan’s Starbucks cards are frozen, the fast-food retailer wipes out her store credit. Can it do that?
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When you think of stealing from a travel company, swiping a towel or bathrobe from a hotel probably comes to mind. Read more “Why you’re stealing from your travel company”
If someone ransacks your room and steals your ID, electronics and valuables, what does the hotel owe you?
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Maybe it was the Bloody Mary that got Jean Shanley into trouble on a recent flight from Louisville to Las Vegas.
She paid for the $5 beverage with her American Express card and then slipped the card back into her pocketbook, where it stayed for the rest of her vacation. When she returned home, Shanley, a sales associate for a department store in Burlington, Ky., found $1,300 in fraudulent charges on the card — and she suspects that Southwest Airlines is responsible for the security breach.
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