Report: #1485515

Complaint Review: Priceline -

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  • Reported By: Vernon — Miami Florida United States
  • Priceline United States

Priceline Unauthorized charge

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I attempted to make a hotel reservation with Priceline and was declined four times. I was on the way to the hotel, so when I got there I used another form of payment to pay for my room. The next morning I received a confirmation for the room that I attempted to reserve...meaning sometime after I logged offline, Priceline went ahead and charged my card that it had declined 4 times before.

I called several times to have my funds applied back to my card. The last person who was supposed to be a supervisor: Marco;5260422, said you will not be getting your money back. We: Me, My Family, My Company would use price as first choice to book trips, vacations, cruises ect. There is a lot of money that Priceline made through us.

NOT another copper penny. NEVER AGAIN. Right is right and wrong is wrong. And I will spread the word.

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