Woman's hotel is in a neighborhood not known for its safety — can she get a refund?
When flight doesn't get booked the right way on Travelocity, reader's ticket be fixed?
Reader loses $200 when Groupon fails to redeposit her credit into the right account. Can it keep her money?
Reader's lost-luggage claim is denied because of "substantial discrepancies" in the claim. Can Southwest Airlines do that?
When reader returns her rental to E-Z Rent-A-Car, an employee points out a missing fog light — that's not her fault. What next?
Reader redeems 70,000 Hilton HHonors points for a car rental then learns he won't be able to use it as he needs.
James Ould's airline schedule change means he'll save a bundle on taxes and fees. So why won't American Airlines see things his way?
US Airways promised reader that it would refund her fees, then it didn't.
Woman realized she booked the wrong dates through Sixt.com.
British Airways owes a refund over its practice of "unbundling."
Couple's bucket-list trip to Hawaii is cut short when father-in-law unexpectedly dies.
When two readers cancel their flight, Expedia offers them credit — but are they going to lose $2,775?
Wife cancels her vacation after husband falls ill — why won't Allianz cover her insurance claim?
Hotel refunds $887 after stay, but sends the money to US Airways Vacations, the tour operator.
After returning from Hawaii, readers discover an unpleasant surprise on their credit card.
Reader's bid for an upgrade is successful, but not all that he expected.
Passenger learns his credit card was declined at the gate.
Can reader get a refund when hotel offers her the wrong accommodations?
EconoLodge guest pays for parking but still gets city ticket. Who should pay?
Reader billed an extra $134; is this a misunderstanding between Hotwire and Hertz?
Reader didn't damage rental car, so why does she have to pay?
Reader involved in fender bender in Belgium gets stuck with the bill.
Reader caught offguard overseas.
Reader books a room in a hotel that closes.
Does airline owe woman hotel costs when her flight is changed?
Man is too sick to fly, so why no Lufthansa refund?
Reader's Travelzoo voucher for pet-friendly accommodations doesn't come through.
Does a United Airlines agent's booking error entitle passenger to a refund?
What to do when things go 'Awry' with your hotwire booking
Shortly after couple book a river cruise, the country unravels.
Damage claim broadsides man two months after he returns his rental
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I recently booked a hotel room in New Orleans and had an unusual experience. We used Booking.com to make what we thought was a changeable reservation for a Monday and Tuesday night at the Bourbon Orleans Hotel.
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Q: A few months ago, I bought a nonrefundable airline ticket directly from Air Canada for a friend to travel from Seattle to Cairo. Within 24 hours of booking this ticket, I learned that he wouldn’t be able to accompany me on this trip, so I called the airline and requested a refund.
Q: I appreciate what you have done to help especially the less fortunate among us who are being wronged with financial penalties because we did not receive a promised refund.
Q. I’m writing about a recent issue I had with AirTran Airways and Southwest Airlines and am wondering if you can help. Last April, I booked a flight through Expedia from Seattle, where I live, to Baltimore, to see my parents. I had to cancel the flight, scheduled for June of last year, and …
Q. We recently rented a car from Thrifty for a week at Cancun airport. We were quoted a rate of $136. The estimate at pick-up time, with mandatory accident insurance and one additional driver, was $371 for the week, which I accepted and signed.
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Q: American Airlines ran a contest in which it gave away 25,000 frequent flier miles every day. I entered every day last month and “won” three times. I have email confirmation each day that I won and a written assurance that the miles would be deposited within seven days to my account.
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