After United Airlines cancels Leslie Wiercinski’s flight to the Cayman Islands, the airline offers her only a flight credit, but not a refund. Is United Airlines following its refund rules during the coronavirus crisis?
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Where is Frank Rabusin’s check for his damaged equipment? Schneider Electric promised him $240 back in January. And what does the pandemic have to do with it? Can a company blame coronavirus for a late payment?
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After TaxRise helps itself to an extra $900 of Jack Maxfield’s money, he disputes the charges on his debit card — and loses. Is that the final verdict? What can you do when TaxRise takes your money?
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Diane Robinson is blacklisted by Walmart. She keeps receiving error messages when she logs into the site and can’t check out. And that’s not her only problem. Is there a way out?
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Debbie McNulty’s custom credenza from California Modern Woodworks is missing — and so is the refund the company promised her. What should she do about this furniture delay? And will she ever see her money again?
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