Gladys Martin’s Expedia vacation package is missing two key components. Should she have to pay for its mistake?
Bob McIntyre and his wife have just suffered through the worst meal ever at a struggling winery. Can they get their money back?
Matt Solum is facing a $400 cancellation fee for a DirecTV package he doesn't want, and believes he shouldn't have to pay for. Is there any way to get it removed?
The offer looked like an incredible bargain. For just $1,749, Judy Citko and her fiancé could fly from California to Florida and enjoy a three-day Caribbean “cruise and stay” package.
Priceline promises to refund Ian Dennis' vacation package when he makes a typographical error. But then it reneges, leaving him with a big bill. How can he prove he was offered a refund if the conversation took place by phone?
Paul Cantrell's mother-in-law is trying to get a refund for a Priceline vacation package. She's been promised all of her money back, but the company is balking. Is there anything she can do?
When you buy a travel package through an online travel agency, you expect the price to be significantly less than if you booked each item separately, right?