A $5,700 Coffee that Turned into a Nightmare

This is the story of a Colorado lady who, one Christmas Eve, has a coffee in the “Gaylord” restaurant, pays with her credit card… and finds herself a few days later with $5,700 less in her bank account.

No fraud, no theft… just a “transaction” error that, after three months of legal wrangling, she still hasn’t managed to rectify.

https://edition.cnn.com/videos/us/2021/03/22/woman-charged-5700-for-coffee-pkg-vpx.kmgh

https://www.wral.com/incorrect-5-700-charge-still-on-woman-s-credit-card-after-christmas-eve-coffee-order/19588239/

https://kstp.com/national/colorado-woman-seeking-refund-after-being-charged-5700-dollars-for-cup-of-coffee/6049124/

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