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Shynook11

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  1. This is exactly why I filed a credit dispute for a refund.
  2. We hope to sail again too, eventually. Due to the strange climate we live in, it's impossible to know when or to where. Our preferred line is NCL, but we loved the Breeze itinerary, that it was a local port to sail out of, and was the perfect spring break trip. We were all sad that it was cancelled. It's so bizarre to me that people are riled up about going through the credit card. It's a legitimate dispute, not filed as fraud.
  3. I didn’t even write the OP until resolution.
  4. Here ya go... non believers. I’m very aware of the difference between a temporary credit settled dispute. It’s pretty easy to read the difference as I have 3 still in temporary credit limbo. Majority money in 3rd party vendor excursions out of the US. You all do you... but I’m happy not to be in limbo
  5. I started the topic after I got refund and case was resolved. Chase bank is great
  6. Actually we paid out cruise in full past the 60 day window and our bank honored the services not received dispute without hesitation. I was worried about that.
  7. Yep I was. Obviously a computer glitch.
  8. How is it a misuse? It’s a dispute for services not received, not fraud.
  9. I received a letter from the cc company with the credit back (after completing paperwork and they conducted their research. Investigation complete...the refund is not temporary. The last I spoke with Carnival they said it could take longer than 90 days. Not waiting forever. Worked for me. The CC company actually had a specific dept for covid 19 related disputes and the agent I was speaking with said she'd been dealing with cruise/airline/travel disputes a lot these past few weeks. Do I care if Carnival would refuse service? No.
  10. Filed a services not received dispute with my cc company for our cruise that was to sail on March 13th. So far, I’ve been refunded 4100. Waiting on some shore excursions, two thru carnival and 2 separate vendors. Faster way to get your refund... and if you are one who keeps a balance on your cc those charges are accruing interest while you wait for a refund. May be a good option for those worried about the refund process.
  11. It is in process. The last time I spoke to the cruise line they told me it could take more than 90 days. I also had several shore excursions from vendors with no window for refunds, though promised them. Everyone I know who has taken this route has been successful. It's not disputed as fraud, it's disputed as service not received by merchant for the cruise charges and services cancelled by me for the other excursions. I'll keep you posted.
  12. I filed with my cc to dispute the charges... better safe than sorry.
  13. Has anyone received their refunds yet from cancelled cruises? I know it can take up to 90 days. I got A orepurchased Spa pass refund so far but no other items yet. Sail date 3/14
  14. We sail Saturday on the Breeze and aren't cancelling. My understanding is the virus will be back every year (more dormant in hot weather), so no point in waiting as it could just get worse. I am curious however, for those who do re book, what happens to your money if you cannot go on the rebooked cruise? We book far out many times, but with the comfort of knowing it can be cancelled or changed before the 90 day window. How does that work in this situation when using a FCC?
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