Changes to GDPR

 
Old Jul 8, 03, 11:12 am
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Changes to GDPR

Effective for tickets purchased on/after July 1st, 2003 for both domestic and international travel. The customer may choose to receive the refund as either:

* The original form of payment minus the $100 Admin Fee or
* A travel voucher (MCO) minus a $25 Admin Fee
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Old Jul 8, 03, 8:34 pm
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Original (assuming that this was regarding cancelled reservations):



$25 is completely reasonable

After the replies below:

So NW wants to penalize us $25 for buying a ticket early even though the price drops a few months later? I don't appreciate this game aspect to this. This is nickel-and-diming.

[This message has been edited by Wiirachay (edited 07-08-2003).]
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Old Jul 8, 03, 9:37 pm
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Okay, for those of us on the little yellow bus here at FT, what's GDPR?

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Old Jul 8, 03, 9:43 pm
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IIRC, GDPR refers to a downgrade in fare, i.e., the ticket price fell after purchase.
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Old Jul 9, 03, 1:14 pm
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NW following CO foot steps, but not to that severity! This should be aimed at stopping people from calling NW asking for MCOs for minor fare differences.
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