Service Call Posted on July 8, 2016 by Jack Shalom Bob Mankoff in The New Yorker Share this:TweetShare on TumblrEmailPocketPrintWhatsAppLike this:Like Loading... Related
Ha! there’s an acting company for Sabbath observers called 24/6!
Oh, isn’t that funny!
Cute! Also apropos of the 2.5 hours I just spent online trying to get a hotel reservation using my United Mileage Plus miles. I did finally get it. But in the process I also ended up booking a hotel instead for a charge of $607!! But there is no way to cancel that one!! United.com claims the hotel site has nothing to do with them even though I made the reservation on their website!! The hotel says they did not book it and cannot cancel it. The number the hotel gave me to call puts you through a circle and then cuts you off–twice!! I was shaking with anxiety after the 2.5 hours and still was unable to cancel it. I have until 7/21 to do it so I am taking a break. But I am so frustrated. These guys are “available 0/0”!!!
Signed, Ms. Frustrated!!
Sounds like a scam. Cancel the charge through your credit card company.