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They cancelled all international flights from 4/12-4/15. Other international flights have been cancelled through early May. They haven't yet announced any July cancellations. They have a list on their web site: https://www.jetairways.com/documents/Cancellation_13Apr.pdf
Of course, they may...
I think there's a lot of risk to this approach. While Jet is very weak financially, they haven't gone out of business and haven't cancelled the OP's flight in July. You can't dispute a charge because the vendor is shaky--only because they don't deliver what you purchased.
Here's the risk: The...
I think the redirect is in one of the hacker's web sites. I can see that his DNS A record (which points to the web site host) was recently updated, so the hacker appears to have access to the DNS record. My guess is that he got this by hacking into the OP's GoDaddy account.
Are you sure someone else purchased your domain? It looks to me like the domain still uses godaddy as a registrar and has been renewed through 9/3/2021 (which would be strange if someone bought it). The web site it points to was updated on 3/26, though.
Is it possible that someone just hacked...
Sorry you interpreted my comment this way. If I had meant to question your skills, I would have said "you" not "we". My intent was to suggest that in our advice to you we need to recognize that your situation has a significant safety risk and a relatively minor financial risk.
There are 2 issues here and I think we're focused on the wrong one:
1) As Weilac said, this tire is potentially dangerous. If it blows out at highway speeds, you could be seriously injured or even killed. Stop driving on it. Call Enterprise now and have them replace the tire.
2) Either you...
It's irresponsible to recommend that people breach a signed contract and do this, regardless of your opinion on the likelihood they will be caught. Furthermore, there is way more downside (including liability if a future renter has an accident) than potential cost savings.
Before you write any more letters, I suggest you take a step back:
1) Your position wrt the damage is very weak. When you picked up the car, you and the dealer both inspected it and you signed a document saying it wasn't damaged. You have agreed (in your emails/photos) that the damage was...