mwhcvt wrote:There’s something I don’t get here, I used to about 10 years ago work for a major UK credit card company, and one of the calls we used to get on a semi regular basis was from customers stuck at check in not being able too check in as they no longer had the credit card they booked the flight on (stolen/lost card) so replaced on a new number, or just didn’t take that card away with them, and airline refusing to let them check in because they don’t have the card to present, so if this was a fairly standard anti fraud measure 10 years ago how is it that AC were not doing that for the first flight she tried to use!
Thank god they don’t do that in France. I buy plane tickets for my grand parents and my little sister all the time ! Would that mean that they’d all get denied boarding if they didn’t carry my credit card with them while travelling. Non sense