In the fall of 2019, PayPal increased their currency conversion fees, hiding the new terms in a user agreement update.
Before September, there was a fee on currency conversions, which was 3.25% to 3.75% for cross-currency payments, and 2.5% to 3.75% for simple balance conversions. Continue reading “PayPal sucks, raises foreign currency conversion fees from 3.25% to 3.75%”
As mentioned on yesterday’s post, buying tickets directly from Indonesian airline websites with a United States credit card seems futile. Continue reading “Why I decided not to use TicketIndonesia.info to book my flights”
I don’t have much loyalty when it comes to airlines; the lowest fare usually gets my business. Continue reading “Data suggests Virgin America is consistently faster than competition”
> TL;DR: Follow your gut.
As I was browsing flights back home from Dreamforce, I saw that Frontier Airlines had a flight that was best suited to my preferred schedule (sleeping in).
I was hesitant to book it because I had a faint memory of a negative experience with Frontier that happened sometime between 8 months and 7 years ago. Something rubbed me the wrong way back then, but somehow (alcohol) my memory of that incident escaped me. So despite my gut (alcohol), I booked the Frontier flight. Continue reading “Frontier Sucks: Confu$ing Fare Option$$$$”