Starting in July 2017, customer service inquiries to the MBTA are being answered not by MBTA employees, but by employees of a for-profit Salisbury, North Carolina corporation that was fined $100,000 by the MBTA in May 2017 for "a series of contract violations." ...continue reading "Customers wary of MBTA’s new customer service contractor"
Those of you who came to our fabulous Ice Cream Social in June will remember our discussion of the many car-free day trips available to seniors from Brookline (MA). One of the many exciting trips we discussed was taking the Amtrak Downeaster to Maine. It's since been pointed out to us by an intrepid senior that once you're at the Amtrak station in Portland, it's about 3 miles from the station to downtown. For this leg of your journey, you have several options. ...continue reading "Local Transportation in Portland, Maine"
Unfortunately, customer service support has always been notoriously difficult to get from Uber. Now, by withdrawing from offering all help via phone or email, they've actually made it harder to get help when you need it. And it's even more difficult if you're not one of their registered customers. ...continue reading "Uber customer service says they’re “here to help”… but are they?"