You’re probably familiar with “same as cash” credit offers from retail stores, where you aren’t charged any interest so long as the entire purchase is paid off within a given period of time (usually 6 or 12 months). But what many of those stores don’t put in the bold type is what happens if you don’t pay by the deadline. [More]
American Airlines told Justin that they could not accept his American Airlines credit card due to a bug in their spiffy new booking system. Justin wanted to charge a trip to Disney World on the card, which unlike standard credit cards, is supposed to work exclusively for purchasing tickets with American Airlines.