- Report: #906595
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Complaint Review: United Airlines
United AirlinesInternet United States of America
United Airlines $150 change fees PER FLIGHT! $300 ROUND TRIP! Internet
*Consumer Comment: UAL wasn't bailed out.
*Consumer Comment: I hate absorbanent fees!
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United, didn't the American Tax payer bail your sorry company out a few years back when it was failing for the same reason it continues to fail? People who have the grace to still purchase tickets from you should not be rewarded by you profiteering from change fees 2 days after booking a flight 3 months in advance. Complete and total BS.
This is precisely why you had to file chapter 11 AFTER we all bailed you out. Your service sucks, your view towards satisfying your customer base sucks. Thats not opinion, thats fact. Just google "United airlines reviews" to see the public opinion about your "service". So long as I live, I will tell every single person I meet about the horrible experience I have had with your airlines.
Congratulations on making a dollar off from my unfortunate situation- Rest assured that that dollar will cost you thousands upon thousands in lost business from myself, my company, and everyone that I know over the period of my life time and my future generations. Here is the first of many complaint boards and forums for me to let the world know about you.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/04/2012 01:33 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/United-Airlines/internet/United-Airlines-150-change-fees-PER-FLIGHT-300-ROUND-TRIP-Internet-906595. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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