Uplift Supports Partners and Travelers Impacted by 737 Max Grounding
MENLO PARK, Calif., March 14, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Uplift
will support its partners’ customer service policies for
travelers affected by canceled 737 Max flights, the company
announced today. Any traveler unable to rebook and in receipt
of a refund from the airline or travel supplier will also
receive a refund from Uplift for all interest and fees
associated with their Uplift installment loan.
Uplift, a fintech company that enables travel brands to provide a better way to shop, book, pay and experience travel, made the announcement in order to help ease passenger anxiety amid a wave of cancellations after a number of countries, including the U.S., grounded the Boeing plane following two crashes in the past six months.
Passengers who booked a trip with one of Uplift’s partners and found it canceled because of the 737 Max grounding should contact their airline for a refund, and then contact Uplift via phone, email or chat and Uplift will waive the accrued interest charges.
Uplift was founded by a passionate team of travel industry veterans to provide a better way to shop, book, pay and experience travel.
Our mission is to make travel more accessible, affordable and rewarding for everyone. By offering simple, flexible payments, Uplift benefits consumers who are able to book now and pay over time.
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