How long does one consumer have to wait for her Sam’s Club refund? Anthonette Garcia has been waiting for four weeks. Isn’t that long enough? “Why is it taking Sam’s Club so long to send my refund?”
Frank Rabusin filed a complaint with Schneider Electric back in October. His claim was approved and the company promised him a $240 check. Now, months later, the refund is still missing and the company is giving him a coronavirus excuse.
Can we find out what’s going on here? “Is coronavirus an excuse for this missing refund?”
Sweta Shulka’s Samsung phone is missing — and so is her refund. Can the Elliott Advocacy team help? “Can you help find my missing Samsung phone and get my refund?”
Macy’s upgraded Harriet Stenzel’s store-branded credit card to the new American Express card without her knowledge and against her will. Now she wants the Elliott Advocacy team to get her old card back. Can we do it? “Can Macy’s really upgrade my card without my permission?”
Venmo just froze Joshua Hethcoat’s account — along with his $2,000. Now he wants to know how to get his account unfrozen and regain access to his money. Can we help?
If you clicked on this story for your “free” gift card, you’ll definitely want to keep reading. I’ve issued plenty of warnings about “free” products and some of you, dear readers, think I’ve gone too far.
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Like many, many other consumers who have contacted the Elliott Advocacy team, Delta Auto Protect owes Lashawn Lyles a refund. So why won’t the company just send the $1,083? “What is going on with Delta Auto Protect?!”
Don’t look now, but chances are your mattress is covered by a ridiculously long warranty. Or so you might think. But Vijay Khasat recently found out what Sealy meant by “20 years” when he tried to get the company to replace what he claims is a defective mattress.
It turns out 20 years is not 20 years, at least in the traditional, dictionary-definition sense. His odyssey to replace a bad mattress is a reminder for all of us to read the fine print on your warranty. (The mattress police won’t save you, but maybe my advocacy team can help.) “How do I get Sealy to replace my defective mattress?”
When Thomas Bifano booked a Zipcar to run a few errands in Boston, he thought he would only share a car. But Zipcar added one more thing: a parking ticket earned by a previous driver. Now Bifano wants my advocacy team to help us fix his car sharing problem. “I wanted to share a car — not these parking tickets!”