When the Popcorn Factory promises to honor Sandy Diggins’ coupon code for a $104 order, she waits. And waits. And waits. Where’s her $25 credit — and can this consumer advocate help her get it?
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AT&T promised Martin Gorfinkel that it will merge three of his bills into one and send him a $25 credit. But it doesn’t, even though he has everything in writing. How do you hold AT&T accountable?
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After Diana Somerville pays for her Uber ride in Seattle, the company charges her again. If she doesn’t pay, Uber threatens to ban her. What should she do?
Read more “Help! Uber wants me to pay twice for my ride”
Bernice Lu has a fraudulent charge on her Verizon Wireless bill, and she can’t seem to get rid of it. Did she call Jamaica and run up a $291 bill — or is this a misunderstanding?
Read more “A fraudulent charge on my Verizon Wireless bill — but where’s the credit?”
It happened again. This time, Jocelyn Albertson is the unlucky owner of a Kenmore washer with a shattered glass lid. What’s the fix?
Read more “Oh no, not another Kenmore shattered glass case!”