bUU Posted September 26, 2004 #76 Share Posted September 26, 2004 [quote name='maritimemare']For all of you who think the present offers from RCI are adequate compensation, consider the following:[/QUOTE]Clearly you've had a tough time of it. However, I think the point many folks have made here, myself included, is that there is a leap you're making between how tough of a time you have had, and who should bear the cost of "making good" on the plans you've made. Don't let anyone tell you that what you've encountered isn't rightfully disappointing. The question is only a matter of where should that disappointment be directed. There is shared risk. As you agreed to when you accepted RCI's offer of a cruise vacation, RCI's share of the risk is that they would have to return the money you gave them ([i]them[/i]), and therefore lose the revenue they would have booked for the service they were to render. That's their burden, and one they should unquestionably bear. Your arrangements with others, whether it be airlines, hotels, employers, house sitters, etc., are arrangements you make with them, and so if you're looking for compensation with respect to any of that, you must look either to the providers of those arrangements, if they've previously agreed to bear such risk on themselves, or whatever insurers you've engaged, if any, or look to yourself. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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