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So we just got back from a 1 1/2 month RV trip. It's taken me a while to go though all the credit card statements and I just realized that I never received the $17.99 credit from a campground that I had a receipt for. It had my name, city and campsite but NOT the 4 digits of the credit card number were NOT mine! ARG!!!!

I called the campground. Turns out they gave the credit to the friends we were traveling with. They wanted to call our friends and have them give me the $17.99. What if it was credited to someone I didn't know? I wanted the campground to make good. Well long story short I was told since this happened on Sept. 5th I was past the 30 days to dispute the charge. I told them I'd go on Social Media and report this...they said go ahead...so I will! The first person hung up on me when I said I wanted them to fix this. Second person I talked to said they would take care of it and I asked when I could expect a call back. They said the next day which would have been Tuesday. I called again today and when I threatened to dispute the charge they hung up on me again...and then put the phone line on the answer machine.

I found out from the FTC that I had 60 days to dispute the charge. I called my Credit Card and disputed the amount I had coming. They took care of it. I guess I should have gone to them first and saved myself the aggravation, but they say to try to work things out with the business.

Campground to avoid is Grand Canyon Camper Village (not the one inside the National Park), 549 Camper Village Lane, Tusayan, AZ. The campground gets low reviews anyways because it's not that great of a park. The ONLY thing it has going for it is it's location to the Grand Canyon!

Utahtea
...but I still am...

off2report on other platforms! (my sweet revenge)
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