In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, with quality sit-down restaurant meals hard to come by, Jim and Teresa Sherer wanted a better-functioni…
Greg Gelbach is not the first person punished for having the audacity to switch cable TV providers.
Paschke said "Josh" said to keep his number and he "will personally make sure I get the cash back after December."
Washington's attorney general filed suit against Brown Paper Tickets on Sept. 30, alleging violations of the state's consumer-protection law.
"I have paid all my bills in full and am still being asked to pay $290 which I do not owe and they are threatening to cut off service."
BoxOfficeTicketSales.com was maintaining the show wasn't canceled, even months after it was.
SOS then spent the next three weeks pestering the Elks and Capital City Theatre in an attempt to track the ticket revenue back to its source.
"Consider this matter resolved," Kraft said.
Mills said AT&T told him there was nothing it could do to stop the notices he was getting for a stranger whose last name also happens to be Mills.
Mohawk said he would not be getting a refund because there was nothing wrong with the product, Schell said.
After 11 months, dozens of emails, and a route touching on three countries and two U.S. states, Elizabeth Kalscheur’s refund for a canceled Ma…
At this point, Taylor said, she told the company to cancel her order — and it told her another shipment was on its way.
"They say they implemented a 'hold on refunds policy,'" Bailey told SOS.
This week, problems solved from opposite ends of communications history:
"We made headway, but this is a problem everyone is having," she said.
Loyal readers might remember John Schmitz from April, when during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, SOS was able to help him break thro…
"One could barely get out of it after sitting down," she said.
SOS’ sixth sense is tingling in favor of Don Showalter getting his money back for a lawn care application never applied.
A former participant of UW-Madison's PEOPLE program alleged the university failed to respond to multiple reports of sexual harassment and assault.
"We'd still like to go," one fan said, "but it could be a couple years and I don't know what our health will be like then."
"I caved and paid my bill, because I didn't want to be confronted with collections coming after me," he said.
"If I hadn't gone to the post office and did my own investigating, we wouldn't have received our ballots."