After JetBlue cancels Deborah Luiz’s flight from St. Maarten to Boston, her credit card promises to refund her points and airfare. The points arrive but the money is delayed. How does she get a refund from Chase?
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Sears promises Diana Linville a refund for her freezer. But the money seems to be frozen in the company’s accounts. After a four-month delay, how do you get a refund from Sears?
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There’s a blob on the screen of Pam Harper’s new Samsung TV. She wants a refund or replacement, but the company wants to fix it. Who’s right?
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Airbnb locked Paul Drews account because he has COVID-19. Now the company won’t unlock it. Is there a way to get his account back?
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How do you prove you’ve had a COVID-19 shot?
Traditionally, travelers have flashed a Yellow Card, or Carte Jaune, a medical passport issued by the World Health Organization. It’s an official record that some countries require for entrance. The Carte Jaune can document vaccination against diseases ranging from cholera and yellow fever to such childhood illnesses as rubella.
Will there soon be a similar card for COVID-19? And, if so, will it allow you to travel any sooner?
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