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Hi.. A guy who sold a delta companion pass to me took off with my money. Before money exchanged hands, he showed me his pennsylvania card and successfully logged into DLNET in front of me. He does not respond to email; his cellphone disconnected. I have his name and his passrider ID; Is there anything I can do to recover my money? Thanks
Thank you Michelle... I paid this guy the money he asked for the pass. He was supposed to activate me last week. I called him on his cell Yesterday (Tuesday 2/1) to find out why the usename/password he gave me did not work. The phone rang and went to voicemail. Today, the phone was disconnected. So he is the one that reneged on the deal. I am trying to get this guy's Delta email address to notify him that I am about to report him.
You cannot recover your money but you certainly can get him fired or at the very least get his flight privileges suspended. Airline employees are absolutely forbidden from selling companion passes for profit, I work for US Airways and have seen many employees terminated for this. you would not get your money back becuase Delta did not defraud you, the employee did, its like if I sold you a car that was a total lemon you would not expect Ford to give you your money back. To go about doing something about this you can call the airline directly but will speak to someone from another country who doesnt know squat about employee travel. Your best bet is to go to a Delta counter at the airport and ask to speak to a manager. By the way, what is the problem anyway? did the employee lie to you and steal your money, or do you simply not want to travel anymore? If he kept up his end of the deal and you just dont want to do it then it would be pretty crappy of you to get him fired seeing how he stuck his neck out to help you get a cheap ticket...just saying.
You could report him to Delta. That is if he's given you the right name and pennsylvania no.
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How did you pay him? did you use a check? what is wrong with the pass you do not meantion any problems whats his email -is it a delta com address? maybe he no longer works for them ?
Contact the airline directly!