Complaint Review: Sunny Days Bikes
Sunny Days Bikes Double Billed and Refund Request Denied Santa Rosa Beach Florida
We rented 3 bicycles and a tag-a-long from Sunny Days Bikes during our August 2016 vacation to Santa Rosa Beach (30A) Florida. We were charged $214.00 for the bikes and tag-a-longs.
In December of 2016, I was doing my annual review of credit card statements and noticed that I was charged twice by Sunny Days: once on 8/5/16 for $214.00 and again on 8/12/16 for $214.00. Effectively, I was double billed.
I attempted to contact Sunny Days by both phone and email. I waited a week and neither communication received a response. I opened a dispute with my credit card company. Here is the response I received:
We have made every attempt to resolve your dispute with the merchant. They
are unwilling to issue a credit to your account. While we can understand
your desire to obtain a credit to your account, we cannot mandate that the
merchant issue a credit outside of their terms and conditions. [continued below]....
we have no recourse available to recover the funds. However, if you wish to
pursue this matter, you may contact the merchant directly to resolve.
I should have caught this earlier but Sunny Days refusing to refund my money is unbelievable!
I will certainly be using another company for my bike rentals next time I am in 30A.
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