"It took three months to come to this?" Reneé Supple said.
"We'd just really like to have a few gallons of paint on the road so our kids can cross it with some confidence that people will stop for them."
"We are trying to get by with just coolers," she said. "You can understand our frustration."
"Surely, even the most practiced Delta defender cannot defend such practice of non-response," Peterson wrote.
The contractor advised Bock, 96, to call AT&T and have them hiked higher, but that proved easier said than done.
"At least three times during the show the band leader urged the audience to 'get your tickets for What Happens in Vegas,'" Phillips said.
The title, though, didn't arrive, and that became a problem as the weeks went by because someone wanted to buy the place, Smith said.
"The way I look at it, I'm still alive, so the lifetime warranty is still in place," Zeman said.
"All of the numbers result in going through long, involved telephone trees that do not let you talk to anyone," Levin said.
"Welcome to the world of machines gone astray."
Waldeck's isn't SOS' first rodeo with the South Korea-based LG.
Mister Car Wash said he could request the video. Actually getting it was a different matter.
"For a couple of 82-year-olds, all I can claim is that we survived this very long, cool spring without AmeriGas," Dorothy said.
Tote&Carry's warranty policy could not be found online, and the refund/return/exchange policy left room for interpretation.
The seller of the joystick wanted not only the inoperable one he sold her, but the faulty one she wanted to replace.
"All I want to know is how much I owe them and how much I need to pay per month," she said.
Ken emailed SOS on April 5 to say that the couple had been working with Expedia for nine months to get a refund or vouchers for the canceled flights.
The charge would be removed from his account when the company received the equipment in the boxes that, once again, did not arrive.
"If the refund was undeliverable, why did North Lane not inform TDS Telecom of the problem?" he asked.
It took Sandals Resorts nearly two months to respond; Woman Within didn't respond at all.
The delivery company said "we did it ourselves and are trying to get Grand/Hunt to pay for it," Schultz said.
"They simply told us they sent the refund to the bank account that we have told them multiple times was closed, and to have a nice day," Hill said.
The log showed 11 calls and two round trips to the store, each lasting about 40 minutes, from October to February.
The damaged tank had been about 30% full, Lemberger said, and as in the Brooklyn case, AmeriGas was refusing to pay for that unused propane.
Delays in getting Patricia Gregory reconnected were "a result of the confluence of many factors," TDS associate communication manager Missy Kellor said.
"All in all we felt it was a profitable 49-minute phone call!" Zweifel quipped.
"I said if I were not offered the reimbursement, I would have made other choices. She again apologized but would not budge."