Our dream trip was cancelled without proper notice

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And I called. The rest of the itinerary was not ticketed (or charged) because price quoted was for an itinerary that could not be confirmed and ticketed. There were no seats at the fare level. Back to looking at alternatives.
 

weihlac

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A comment about spam filters. I was traveling internationally for 24 hours yesterday; this AM I checked my spam folder and found 90 messages classified as spam in 24 hours. Three were not spam and were from email addresses that are regularly delivered to my inbox. If you do not check your spam folder regularly (at least once a week, or more often if you are awaiting an airline booking notification), you will find some very important messages that you have missed, some with major consequences. The spam ID algorithms are generally good, but not infallible, just as some spam messages end up getting into your inbox.
 
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jsn55

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A comment about spam filters. I was traveling internationally for 24 hours yesterday; this AM I checked my spam folder and found 90 messages classified as spam in 24 hours. Three were not spam and were from email addresses that are regularly delivered to my inbox. If you do not check your spam folder regularly (at least once a week, or more often if you are awaiting an airline booking notification), you will find some very important messages that you have missed, some with major consequences. The spam ID algorithms are generally good, but not infallible, just as some spam messages end up getting into your inbox.
SO TRUE! This is an important task that I've not yet automated in my little brain. I hope it doesn't take a major mess to get me to check my spam folder every few days. So important.
 
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