Make My Trip refusing to return airline refund
I had booked tickets on Air China through Make My Trip. The flight got cancelled due to the lockdown and I requested a refund. Air China has refunded the total fare but Make My Trip has credited it to "my wallet" in their app but are refusing to credit the refund to my credit card or bank account. more
The world knows. Indian courts are BLOODY STUPID AND INEFFICIENT. more
I agree. But some apprehension because a relative of mine had gone to consumer court for a different matter and won the case. Other party was asked to pay up. But they practically never paid. So only option now for him is to again go to court . Well. This is India. more
True. We tend to give up and the system is not challenged. more
Sir, in my case, I did get the cheque from Vodafone. When your relative has already won the case, he must approach the court again and file a application for contempt of court besides further claim for harassment.
No doubt its India, however, we, majority of Indians expect something from the system but when it comes to ask question to the system by performing our duties, we take the step back and that is the reason, system shall get more and more muddy. more
As suggested earlier go to consumer court and if possible, collectively with other sufferers file collective/class action suit more
Deep Kalra of MMT is one of the most shameless men in Travel Industry. He should have been in the JAIL LONG TIME AGO. He has earned more than enough curses from general public who suffered because of MMT to get CORONA. more
True. I hope we all become wise now and totally boycott MMT even if we have to pay little more. Must write reviews about MMT on all possible forums more
Govt may not help since MMT CEO Deep Kalra in Govt good books since he facilitated putting together of Arogya Setu more
It may be a fact but that doesn't stop anyone to approach Consumer Forum at appropriate time, which of course not an easy task but not taking the issues to its logical conclusion is more than losing the battle beforehand.
I did it once against Vodafone at my own without any advocate, though it took a lengthy fight, won the case and certainly going to take MMT as well before Consumer court once courts start functioning after lock down is lifted. more