Hate your shore excursion? This is how a credit card dispute will make things worse

If you hate your next shore excursion and the cruise line refuses your refund request, don’t expect a credit card dispute to save the day. It won’t. Joseph Campo can tell you.

After a salmon-fishing excursion in Alaska went all wrong, Campo asked Princess Cruises for his money back. When that didn’t happen, he filed a chargeback with his credit card company — and won. So he assumed that settled the matter.

It didn’t. Not even close. (reprint) Read more “Hate your shore excursion? This is how a credit card dispute will make things worse”

Why you should never report a credit card charge as fraudulent when it isn’t

Warning: Buyer’s remorse is never a valid reason to report a credit card charge as fraudulent. But that’s exactly what Philip Paul did when he came down with the post-purchase blues after he bought a vacation club membership. Now he wants to know if the Elliott Advocacy team can help unravel this mess. Read more “Why you should never report a credit card charge as fraudulent when it isn’t”