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That’s a really expensive glance.
For a cruise passenger says she was charged over $ 2,950 for a spa treatment, in spite of the fact that it said that it would cost less than $30. Now, after sharing her story, she is finally getting her money back.
Michelle is a Crack to say that she was traveling on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship in August when they decided to make a visit to the spa for a massage, The Sun reports. She said that the doctor was trying to sell her a “special offer” facial treatment, which she at first refused.
When he continued to insist, however, they said that they have, and they felt “overwhelmed.” At the time, she told me that the cost would be $29.50, but she said that she was being sued for $2950 without her knowledge.
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She said that the paperwork was altered after the fact to be, the higher the costs.
In October, she posted about the incident on Facebook, which, she explained, “I did sign several pieces of paperwork. I can assure you, however, that there was not a single point 00, after 29 to 50, which I have signed. Just read it as a figure of 29 to 50, and nothing after that. I then asked for copies of the documents, only to find the charge had been amended in the records to take to .00 an hour.”
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When they discovered the fully loaded, Crack is complained of, the ship, the duty manager, who only offered to refund a portion of the cost, $590, The Sun reports.
Since then, however, a Crack has sent a letter of complaint to Royal Caribbean, who have recently decided to refund her the full amount of money.
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The Sun is reporting that Royal Caribbean told her, “We are so sorry to learn of the confusion surrounding the prices of the Medi-Spa Services. Our policy is to make sure that the price, both orally and twice in writing (on the consent form and the receipt for the purchase of the service. We are told that this will not have happened.”