Dead & Company tickets to be refunded

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Dead & Company, which includes three former members of Grateful Dead and John Mayer, has canceled its tour to allow fans to be reimbursed, Reported by Syracuse.com. The group, as the report indicates, was scheduled to perform this summer in Saratoga Springs, New York.

The group said in a statement, in part, “The well-being and safety of our Deadhead community, hall staff and family on tour with the group is of the utmost importance. We also want to reimburse our fans when many are suffering economically. All tickets will be fully refunded at the point of purchase. “

The report notes that the tickets were sold via Live Nation, so a company would have changed its policies to only grant refunds if the events are canceled by the one who is “postponed, postponed or canceled”.

In the UK, Admiral will provide partial reimbursements to its auto insurance customers, with many drivers being confined to their homes due to the coronavirus pandemic, Business Matters reported.

Admiral Cristina Nestares’s managing director said in the report, “We want to give the money we would have used to pay claims back to our loyal customers during this difficult time. We have also already reflected this change in driving behavior in our customer rates and will continue to do so. “

The car insurer has said it will return £ 110 million to policyholders, with the refund automatically credited to customers by the end of May. The insurance company has also pledged an additional £ 80 million, mainly to reduce prices. The largest reductions would apparently benefit repeat customers who have higher than average premiums like younger drivers.

In addition, the company has granted payment holidays to customers in difficulty, but deferred payments must be reimbursed before the end of the contract period. Beyond Admiral, British insurers AA, Aviva and Axa have also granted customers payment holidays based on individual situations.

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