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If you’ve already written to the CEO and President with no response, I don’t think anything else can be done. They aren’t likely to refund the entire cost of the rental since you did keep using it for the extent of your vacation.
To answer your other question, I believe the voucher should be “transferable” but can’t be sold or bartered with strangers. So you could use it for yourself or another family member but can’t sell it on Craigslist.
I’d suggest keeping an eye out for schedule changes. If the flights aren’t cancelled but the time or route changes substantially you should still be eligible for a refund. Whatever you do, don’t cancel yet.
Did a former significant other ever order food to your house from their account?
My cousin recently tried to order dinner and the food was sent to his ex-girlfriends house because he never updated the delivery info in his Uber Eats account. I can see him being dumb enough to do this more than...
In 2017 the recall was extended to include the 2013-2014 Sonata engines, so your replacement may also have been faulty (Car and Driver has an article from 4/7/17 with good info, “Hyundai and Kia Recall 1.2 Million Cars for Engine Failures”). I would try to get more information from the...
Supposedly the recall for the original recalled engine was extended to 10 years/120k miles for original and subsequent owners to cover the failures but the OP would have to check the specific VIN (and still hope Hyundai is feeling generous)
Was the first replacement covered under the recall for those vehicles? Was it done at a dealer? Was the replacement a new or rebuilt engine? Was the car taken to the same dealer for the current failure?
I suspect you may have narrowed down why the previous owner sold the vehicle. It looks like there was also a class action related to timing chain failures for some Tiguans as well. was your VIN included in that recall? Your cheapest option may turn out to be trading in the Tiguan for something...
Im not sure what sort of “legal notice” was sent but they may refuse to communicate with you directly because of it. If you threatened to get a lawyer involved, their legal team will await contact from your lawyer.
I’m not so much attempting to diagnose as trying to find something concrete you can attribute to the dealer. Rightly or wrongly, they will not accept any responsibility for low oil observed several hundred or thousand miles after an oil change, without a misthreaded drain plug or missing gasket...
You never replied if yours has the turbo engine? If it is, 3,000 miles is enough that it could have consumed (not burned) that much oil and it’s possible that the turbo or engine were damaged enough to be low on power, but would require thousands in labor costs to break down and fully diagnose...
This is unfortunately a bit of a myth. If you have just an oil pressure warning system, it’s possible to be significantly low on oil and yet still have enough pressure in the system that it won’t trigger the light. (Oil level gauge is a different story, but it’s not likely he has one).
I’m not sure if the heart of this issue is Poshmark or a compromised Amex Bluebird account/card. It sounds like maybe the latter. Is it possible the money was refunded from Poshmark and already removed from the account by someone else?