Next time you’re in a tourist town and you think about renting a scooter, remember Shasteana Wikenheiser.
Marnie Bute didn't enjoy the Mexican getaway she booked through Sun Country Vacations. Actually, that may be an understatement. She hated it and she wants every penny refunded.
Nancie Thomas had no reason to believe the owner of her vacation rental in Akumal, Mexico, would keep her $1,000 deposit. Her friends had rented the same house on three separate occasions, "and had a great experience each time," she says.
Consumer advocate William Leeper recently accepted a "Mission Impossible" case involving a questionable timeshare purchase in Mexico. What's that? We had you at "timeshare"? But it gets worse. Much worse. I'll let him explain.
Diane Austin's problem isn't that unusual, which is why I've decided to write something about it. In April, she booked a $730 roundtrip ticket in April through Orbitz on American Airlines to fly to Puerto Vallarta.
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