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Priceline - Tlg greatfun
PRICELINE sells your credit card number to a company called TLG GREATFUN. So watch your credtcard statement for a charge to this company!!! It will be $11.99 a month and it took me several months to notice. I am trying to call this company but have had NO success yet! I will never use PRICELINE.COM AGAIN!!I am going to report this to the BBB hoepfully with enough complaints something will be done. They do not ask you to charge this to your credit card. They just do it! It makes no sense at all!!! I will let you know the outcome!!!
Priceline's policy stinks!
I will NEVER use Priceline again and I'm telling all my friends and family to never use Priceline. I recently booked for the first time with Priceline, hotel, flight, and rental. I found that I had booked the wrong hotel and immediately, within 15 to 20 minutes, contacted their office. All I wanted was to switch hotels, that was all I wanted to change. Nope, can't do it. Sorry. Spent 4 hours on the phone trying to convince someone that I only wanted to change the hotel. They still wouldn't do it. I'm now stuck with paying for two hotel rooms. It won't happen again. Nagotiator my eye! If they had wanted to keep me as a customer, all they had to do was change hotel rooms, that's all.
New York, New York
Priceline - Beware
Beware of Priceline.com. When you book at hotel, you really do not own the reservation. They do. Their terms and condictions state that you can make changes with the hotel directly if the hotel permits and the change is available. Not true. Priceline owns the reservationa dn is the only one that can make a change...which they will not do ...ever. The reservation list your name, bit's theirs till you check in. Their terms and conditions are misleading. Take your business elsewhere or you could stuck with a hotel reservation that may not meet your needs....and you have paid for and cannot get a refund.
Priceline - Credit card fraud
Priceline double charged me for a hotel stay. Now this hotel stay was overpriced in the first place -- we're talking tiny smelly rooms with paper thin walls and dirty rugs -- but they had the nerve to charge me twice for it! Normally I wouldn't *** about this sort of thing, but their customer "service" refused to resolve the issue after several weeks. And somehow they've convinced my credit card company that they were in the right about this. How? I will never know. And I will never, ever go back to Priceline. Sorry Captain Kirk, but your site is a fraud.
Priceline.com wants your $ not you
My wife, Rachel, is an Irish citizen. Our daughter, Holly, was born in Ireland and has dual citizenship since I is a US citizen. We purchased airline tickets in July through Priceline's website to visit our family in Ireland over the Christmas holidays. Shortly after the purchase, we realized that Holly's Irish passport will expire in October – meaning Holly will need a US Passport to be able to travel. Before Holly can get a U.S passport, We have to file documents with the US government showing that Holly was born abroad – which takes 6-12 months to process. After those documents are processed, the next step is to file for a social security number… which could take another few months to process! After the social security number is issued, THEN we can apply for Holly's US passport. Our tickets totaled $2,500 – a small amount to a large company such as Priceline but a significant amount to hard-working folks like us! Because they cannot be sure that the proper documentation will be in place by Christmas for our daughter, we would like to cancel the tickets and get a refund. If we cannot obtain a refund, the tickets cannot be used… and 3 seats on that flight will be empty. I would think that under the circumstances (and considering they are giving 4 month's notice), Priceline could refund the money but simply won't because they've got the power to do just that. Can you afford to just toss away $2,500? Not me!! We thought about changing the dates of the flight but were told that to do THAT, it would cost us another $2,500 – DOUBLE the price of the original tickets! It is my understanding that Priceline has a no refund/no change policy. However, someone from Priceline led Rachel to believe that considering her circumstances, an exception could be made. See her email below to Priceline management: RACHEL TO PRICELINE: Please understand that I do not want a call from someone other than one of these executive people. I have sent multiple emails and made many calls about my issue and for some reason, people who have no power to make changes or decisions keep calling me, so I need someone in a position of power to call me. Last night on one of my many phone calls I was informed that this reservation "considering my circumstances" COULD in fact be changed and I have witnesses to the fact that the rep informed me of this. WHY can this be changed and not cancelled??? I need someone to help me. There is going to be no one on that flight in regards to this reservation. I made an error in not paying attention when these were initially bought and as you will see, there are 15 other requests as I was trying to get the best deal. Besides that my daughter's passport is the issue and I cannot get around it. I am asking you person to person to PLEASE help me out. I work very hard for my money and I cannot afford to burn $2500 which is literally what I would be doing. Thank you When Rachel did not receive a response, Brian sent an email…BRIAN TO PRICELINE: Please understand that I do not want a call from someone other than one of the executive people. For some reason, that I do not understand, no one at Priceline.com can dial a phone. My daughter's passport will not let her travel. This is a government issue that I cannot get around. We are aware of the contract because you are a broken record about it. To a large scale company like Priceline, $2500 is a small amount. For a family like ours that is a substantial amount. It can pay for the exact reason that keeps our daughter from being able to travel. You talk about your partners but all airlines I know can cancel flight reservations so why can Priceline not when the seats can be sold to people who can actually travel. Again, we do not want another email. I want to speak with a human being. Preferably one with a soul. XXX-XXX-XXXX is my work number. FINALLY, a response from Priceline: From: priceline.com Executive Offices Date: Fri, Aug 1, 2008 at 9:33 AMSubject: Executive Offices To: Rachel Dear Ms. , Thank you for contacting us regarding your concerns and feedback regarding your airline reservation for Request Number XXXXXXXXXXX. We have previously advised you of our policies regarding your reservation. We wish we could provide the answers you are looking for; however, these policies are directly tied to contractual agreements with our travel partners. This in turn allows us to continue to offer competitive pricing and subsequent savings to our customers. We are truly unable to assist you further in this matter. Please do not expect a response to further correspondence on this issue. Sincerely, Executive Offices The tone of the final email just feels so loving and personal. We called them 60 seconds after the purchase was made. At one stage we were trying to see if they could change my wife's last name on her ticket. The ticket is in her married name but her passport is in her maiden name. After the second supervisor we were told the name could be changed, that they would help us out. As with the airlines we understood that there would be a a fee. The supervisor asked how we would pay so naturally our question is "how much?" The answer we got back was $1,200. Now I ask you, how is that helping out when to change part of a name on a ticket cost more than the ticket itself? Looking online I found that the only time Priceline has refunded tickets was either due to natural disaster in the location or flight canceled and not being able to find a flight leaving the same day. As I have said it is government reasons that we cannot travel on our specified day. In the few conversations that we have had with Priceline makes me feel that if a medical emergency had come up and i was hospitalized, we would still have to pay for the tickets. All I have to say is this If you are going to use Priceline for your travels, be prepared to be on the flight or pay for it any way.
Fort Worth, Texas
Priceline Flight Booking
This trip was the first reserved through Priceline, for June 22 to June 28. On June 26 my mother passed away so we had to leave. I called price line to explain situation, they had to verify death of mother, as if i would be on vacation and want to leave. After numerous calls to custumer relations, custumor service It is now Aug 7 and I am still waiting for credit for the last 2 days lost. I will never deal with company again. I even asked to speak to a manager and I wasn't allowed to.... No compassion whats so ever.
Priceline "Name Your Own Price" Stinks
After checking out rates of hotels in Erie, PA with various travel websites (including Priceline standard booking site), I chose to use the "Name Your Own Price" option (which is prominently thrust in your face at every turn on Priceline.com). When prompted for the "# of Adults", I entered "2" since I have 2 adults and 2 children in our family. After submitting a bid for a hotel room for our vacation, I saw that my bid was accepted and a reservation was made at a hotel chain THAT ONLY HAS 1 BED PER ROOM. I immediately verified this on the hotel website and called Priceline Customer DisService. They explained that the reservation could not be changed. I would have to check with the hotel to see if they could accommodate my reservation and if not, I was to call Priceline back for a change. I called the hotel. They had just received the reservation electronically (took about 20 minutes). They confirmed that they did not have any rooms in the hotel that could accommodate my family. They told me they could not cancel the reservation. Priceline would have to do it. So I called Priceline back (as previously instructed). Imagine my surprise and disappointment to learn that I was now stuck with a 1 bed hotel room for my family of 4 (2 adults, 2 children). I asked, pleaded, etc. with both Customer DisService and a Customer Relations "Specialist" neither of who could assist me. I was given a case # and directed to file a complaint on their website. I filed a complaint with their VP of Customer DisService. The next day, I received a cll back from "Ryan", an "executive officer" of Priceline. He proceeded to explain to me I was stuck with my reservations and that they could not change their policy. It was a "contract" that could not be changed (even though the hotel room had not yet been occupied; my vacation was still 4 days away). After arguing my case (even offering to spend more money with them to take a reservation in another Priceline-serviced hotel)and explaining how dissatisfied I was with their "customer service", I told them that they had lost a customer for life. I also told them I would warn as many others as I can to NEVER USE PRICELINE.COM. Be Forewarned - their practices border on deceitful and their "customer service" is NON-EXISTENT. RUN AWAY AS QUICK AS YOU CAN FROM THESE CROOKS.
Washington, District Of Columbia
So the title pretty much says it all. I'm looking for a hotel in Austin and agree to $50 a night. Where they put me in the hilton by the airport. I find out parking for the hotel is $20 a day! So now I'm not paying $50 but I'm paying $70. They don't...
Priceline - LOUSY customer service
Priceline USED to be a great bargain and have good customer service. I recently booked a Sheraton in San Diego and called to confirm the reservation and to arrange for 2 beds since I was traveling with the family (3 kids). I was told that since I booked through Priceline, our "penalty" was we got a room for 5 with 1 king size bed and I'd have to ask for 2 beds when we checked in. Maybe I'll get it, maybe I won't. Depends on "availability". Heaven forbid they try and help me now. I've called ahead to every other hotel I've gotten on Priceline and it's been a non-issue. So now hotels are penalizing priceline customers with this ***? Then the brain dead rep wants to tell me the room is only guaranteed for 2 adults? why enter all the children's info then? It's none of their business if they aren't going to accommodate them. I have yet to see how this plays out. I have a feeling this is my last purchase with priceline and last time as a customer of ANY Starwood based hotel. They better have rollaways available.
Los Angeles, California
45% added to accepted bid price by PriceLine
Price Line added fees taxes, etc. totaling 45% of my initial accepted low-bid offer for a rental car. This was done without any prior disclosure by Price Line to me. A direct purchase from any of the major automobile rental companies at their conventional prices would have been less expensive. Price Line also states that cancellations are not accepted for any reason. God help you if you get sick and cancel your trip. You will still pay through the nose! You bid, you pay and you pay Price lines' exorbitant fees. To deal with Price-Line is to buy a "Pig in a Poke." Guess who the "Pig' is!
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