Lastminute.com to pay £7m in holiday refunds
01/12/2020 | news | business | 255
More than 9,000 customers have yet to be repaid for cancelled package holidays amid the Covid crisis.
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01/12/2020 12:00:50 13 13
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You've only yourself to blame if you booked a holiday during lockdown and lose your money, it was always a risky prospect.
Travel companies were letting people book and taking their money. Why should it be the customer's fault when the company steals money from them. I guess not everyone is as smart as you. Now get back in your box. Removed
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01/12/2020 12:27:16 2 6
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The company didn't steal money, people decided to pay it during lockdowns.

People need to take responsibility for their decisions and not always blame someone ese.
Utter scum company Removed
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01/12/2020 12:00:23 23 56
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All the companies involved are public companies with share holders then are they? Or is that just an assumption? And if you were a shareholder, and entitled to a dividend then you would expect that, just as someone who has paid for a holiday can expect a refund. I really don't understand this anti-"share holder" bias.
Your so wrong you get dividends from declared profits not from money that you have not earned and should be paid back under the law so you are either a share holder wanting to steal this money a window merchant or just an idiot Removed