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After Michelle Crews buys a Groupon for a cleaning service, the business closes. Can she get a refund from Groupon?

By CHRIS ELLIOTT, Syndicated Columnist March 6, 2021
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I ordered an HP Pavilion laptop from Sam's Club recently and paid $856 for it. I never received it.

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I recently received seven fraudulent transactions on my PayPal account.

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After JetBlue cancels Deborah Luiz’s flight from St. Maarten to Boston, her credit card promises to refund her points and airfare.

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Sears promises Diana Linville a refund for her freezer. But the money seems to be frozen in the company’s accounts.

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There’s a blob on the screen of Pam Harper’s new Samsung TV. She wants a refund or replacement, but the company wants to fix it. Who’s right?

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When Sherrie Segall orders a “walnut” platform storage bed from Groupon, she assumes it’s made of wood. It’s actually made of particleboard. Can she get her money back?

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Lourdes Whiteman’s new hearing aid from Audien Hearing isn’t what she expected. And neither is the company’s 30-day refund policy. Audien is offering her only half of her money back. Why?

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My husband, Tony, lives and breathes Christmas.

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What if you ordered a $1,200 garden shed online, but instead, the scammer sends you only a free Costco magazine?

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After Sheila Korte returns the nonworking Bose headset she bought online, eBay shortchanges her by $99 on her return. Worse, she can’t even get in touch with the seller to appeal the decision. Is she out of luck?

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