Emily Glicksman accidentally books a nonrefundable rental car on Priceline. No worries, says her credit card company. We’ll cancel the transaction. But it doesn’t, and now it’s forcing her to pay for the car. Can it do that?
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If you’ve traveled to overseas destinations, you probably already know that you need a passport in order to legally enter another country and to return to your home country. But do you know if you need a visa to travel to the country you’ve chosen? Do you know how to learn about the requirements or whose responsibility it is to know the requirements? Read more “Do you need a visa? Here’s the final word”
When Ellen Spertus receives a promotional code for a $150 companion ticket on Virgin America, she discovers that it’s unusable because of the airline’s blackout dates. When she tries again, she receives an error message, saying the code has been used. Now what? Read more “This Virgin America companion ticket credit is unusable”
If you travel abroad this summer, look out for visa trouble. Read more “Avoid visa problems this summer. Here’s how.”
What’s the difference between a gas station and a convenience store? It may not matter to you, but it does to Marilyn Nenninger. And to me. Read more “When is a gas station not a convenience store?”