Whose fault is a declined credit card? That’s the question Jenni Turbeville is asking, and it isn’t the first time she’s come to us with this kind of question. “Credit card declined, but do I really have to repurchase my upgrade?”
Can a country require you to book a prepaid, nonrefundable hotel as part of your visa application? And what happens if that visa application is denied?
Those are the questions confronting Yao Zhao, a Chinese citizen who lives in Washington and wanted to take a ski vacation in Switzerland. “Switzerland demanded a “nonrefundable” hotel reservation — then it denied his visa”
When Jane Torres books a hotel “near” Hong Kong International Airport, Hotels.com omits a key detail. She also needs a visa. Now what?
“Hey Hotels.com, when were you planning to tell me I needed a visa?”
I want to help Krista Krauss. I think she deserves to be helped. And when you start an email with “You are my last hope,” how can I not at least try?
““You are my last hope””
“The ABCs of getting a visa for your next trip”