donnalove wrote: »
has anyone been succesful in getting a visa debit card charge back, even if they booked through a travel agent? for xl going bust. i am trying this avenue first and would appriciate anyone elses experience
moonrakerz wrote: »
I don't want to depress you but I don't believe that a "debit card chargeback" will be successful.
I believe that this will only apply if the supplier your have directed the "chargeback" at is still trading and has funds in his bank account. If he has gone bust this is very unlikely.
Like you - I would be very interested to hear from anyone who has got money back on a debit card chargeback. I have asked this question on several other threads on this site - responses have reached a nice round number - zero !
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Tony69 wrote: »
We were due to begin our holiday this Saturday 11th October booked thorugh XL Holidays but should we have been contacted in someway that the holiday is cancelled. We have another holiday booked now, but would have thought that we would have received official notice of some sort or am I expecting too much.
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