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Questions about obtaining Refunds for the various travel expenses.

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Not much you can do besides: Asking for evidence from MakeMyTrip on how they calculate the refund, and their logic and reasoning for it. Ask SpiceJet for a letter stating what the refund should be, …
answered Jan 22 '15 by Mark Mayo Supports Monica
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I've made this mistake in the past as well, especially when city-hopping in Argentina. Essentially, no, it's your mistake, it's embarrassing, but it happens. From Expedia's point of view: You've boo …
answered Jan 22 '15 by Mark Mayo Supports Monica
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Not too much you can do. Two options: 1) Keep contacting them. Try email, phone and social media. Often I've found social media is pretty good for responses. 2) If you paid by credit card, let your …
answered Feb 28 '18 by Mark Mayo Supports Monica
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Cleartrip account. After chart preparation, refunds for partially waitlisted/confirmed/RAC e–ticket will be processed on a receipt of mail from customer at etickets@irctc.co.in. It would then … be processed offline and refund sanctioned by Railways would be credited back to Cleartrip. To claim your refunds for offline cancellations, please contact Cleartrip customer support by writing an email with your PNR and trip details to customersupport@cleartrip.com …
answered Jun 27 '13 by Mark Mayo Supports Monica
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While it's clearly not your fault, it's important to realise it's also clearly not the airline's fault. As such, they've completed a business transaction with you, with terms and conditions. So chec …
answered Dec 20 '14 by Mark Mayo Supports Monica