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Cheaters’ Dating Site Would Sure Like It If You Pay To Delete Your Profile (But You Don’t Have To)

The time has come, and you’re done being a member of Ashley Madison, a dating website with the mission of pairing up married people who want to cheat on their spouses. But do you have to pay $19 just to delete your profile, as some users thought was the case? Not really, but also yes, you can pay $19. [More]

$40 Fee For Tech Not Showing Up

$40 Fee For Tech Not Showing Up

Michael and his family waited for four hours for a Time Warner Cable repair rep to pay him a visit, but says he got stood up, and stuck with a $40 cancellation fee for his troubles.

Airlines Reaping The Benefits Of Your Losses

Airlines Reaping The Benefits Of Your Losses

Cancellation fees and change fees bring in a staggering $2 billion a year for the airline industry. Some airlines now make even more from these fees than they do from the much-maligned checked-baggage fees. And, like most airline fees, they’ve gone up: the average ticket change fee is $150, compared to $100 last year. Budget carrier JetBlue recently upped its fee to $100 from a manageable $40, and now even penalty-fee holdout Southwest Airlines is considering jumping on the bandwagon.