Tenaya Newkirk wants her money back from Travelocity. But instead of offering her a quick refund, it's giving her excuses.
Peggy Kite’s flights from Washington to Bozeman, Mont., are rescheduled by her airline, leaving her with an abbreviated connection time — and an expanded bill. Specifically, there’s an extra charge of $1,534. How does she get that removed?
When the price of Steven Estrella's Cancun vacation takes a nosedive after he's already paid for it, he tries to make a claim under his online travel agency's price guarantee. But for some reason, the company never processes his claim. What's going on? And will he ever see a refund?
Karen Smith loses her paper airline ticket to Spain and has to buy a new one. Now her airline is dragging its feet on a promised refund on the second ticket, and her online travel agency isn't helping. How do you get them moving?
Having the wrong name on your airline ticket is no longer a minor inconvenience, now that the TSA has begun enforcing its name-matching requirements for airline tickets. And that could be a show-stopper for Jesse Demastrie and his wife, who are scheduled to fly from Washington to Las Vegas for the holidays.
When Marko Grdesic tries to make a change to his itinerary, a Travelocity representative tells him it will cost another $300. It doesn't. The online agency bills him $4,000, and despite promises to refund the money, it won't. What now?
Mariana Damon thought she had booked a ticket for her son to fly home for Christmas when she called Travelocity.