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I PAID 130.00 TO HAVE MY LUGGAGE SHIPPED FROM GREYHOUND PHILA,PA TO GREYHOUND ALBANY,GA ON 7/5/2018 AND TODAY'S 7/19/2018 AND I STILL DON'T HAVE MY BAG,AND GREYHOUND HAS NOT REIMBURSED ME FOR THE SHIPPING COST OR THE AMOUNT OF MY VALUABLES INSIDE WHICH HAS BEEN INDICATED ON MY CLAIM,EVERYTIME I CALL GREYHOUND THEY TELL ME THEY HAVE NO INFORMATION EVEN AFTER I'VE GIVEN THEM MY GLI AND TRACKING NUMBERS,SO I'VE CONTACTED MY ATTORNEY TO FILE A LAWSUIT AGAINST GREYHOUND

Product or Service Mentioned: Greyhound Baggage Policy.

Reason of review: Poor customer service.

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Anonymous
#1692854

Greyhound is run by all black people and think there superior beings like the Germans and now there game is to steal white people's stuff but that adds up to the destruction of everything they do and greyhound will be just another distraction in their path

Anonymous
#1624363

Good Luck. This happens more often than you think.

Anonymous
#1615937

True They al work together and will rob you BLIND

Anonymous
#1531824

Greyhound's Vending Machines Steal From People. You know, when a vending machine takes people's money and doesn't give them the product that they paid for, that is a form of stealing.

Most people just shrug their shoulders and walk away, and when the owner of the vending machine goes to get all of the money out of it, they have a whole bunch of money and they still have the product that people paid for. Usually, when you try to get a refund from one of these said machines they will give you thr run around saying "We Are not Responsible for The Vending Machines", or some other excuse, and the person who lost their money is left angry and frustrated. So, when I shook that vending Machine in the Greyhound Bus Station in Chicago to make that little girl's candy drop that she paid for, and kept the extra candy that fell, I wasn't stealing, nor was it a form of stealing, because when the operator of that machine went and got all of their money out of it, they had a whole bunch of extra money from all of the people who had paid for merchandise from it, but didn't receive anything and the operator of that machine still had the product that had already been paid for to sell to someone else. I considered what I did an act of community service helping that poor little girl get the candy that she had paid for.

The owner of the machine still came out way ahead from all of the extra money in it. God Bless America.

Anonymous
#1624365
@Shoo

The extra candy you kept was stealing. Stealing is OK by justifying as act of community service?