I I recently booked a flight to Peru from Seattle with Priceline. When the itinerary arrived it was correct but without seat assignments, so a couple days later I called to request a seat. Priceline informed me that since I had incorrectly entered my first name, my reservation was now worthless. I asked them to change my name and they said "can't do that." They then suggested that "maybe Avianca Airlines could help me." I called Avianca and was directed to fill out their "name correction request" form. It was rejected. Next, I filled out their "refund request" form and it was rejected. So, they can legally steal $1150 because of one typographical error (or an autofill that could have occurred)? This seems preposterous and immoral, if not downright illegal. Can anyone help on this? I fill as if I was mugged on the computer.