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Wolfie Removes All United Airlines Discounts From Its Website

PRWeb Friday, 21 April 2017
Wolfie, a new online & mobile deal search engine, has removed all discounts and offers associated with United Airlines from its website.

Princeton, NJ (PRWEB) April 21, 2017

Wolfie (https://www.Wolfie.com), a new online & mobile deal search engine, has removed all discounts and offers associated with United Airlines from its website.

The move comes in the aftermath of the recent controversy surrounding United Airlines, after a 69-year-old doctor, who was “bumped” from the overbooked flight, had refused to leave and was forcefully dragged off in a brutal manner. The fallout from the incident has led to countless apologies, customer outrage, and calls for consumers to boycott the company.

“In a matter of days, Wolfie has received over 1,000 messages from our users concerning United and their offers being presented in our searches,” commented Mike Kogan, Wolfie COO.

As a general rule, Wolfie does not remove products or services from its search availability, unless they are in direct violation of federal, state or local laws. However, the company has confirmed that it may, at its own discretion, remove certain deals or offers from the system if they are deemed unethical or immoral. “While not illegal, the latest actions by United Airlines is clearly not something we condone”, added Todd Glassberg, the CMO of Wolfie. “Most importantly, we’d like to steer clear of any controversy involving this truly unfortunate situation”.

Wolfie users take advantage of numerous deals and offers presented by local businesses. In addition, the search engine features deals presented by other users, who, acting as a business, present their own products or services to local consumers. Within Wolfie, businesses are notified when local consumers search for their goods or services and are able to present instant deals or offers to those consumers in real time.


Wolfie (https://www.Wolfie.com/about-us-wolfie.html) is the world's first mobile deal search engine that instantly and non-invasively matches consumers and merchants via specific products & service, location and time factors. As consumers search for their desired products or services, Wolfie notifies local businesses and allows them to respond with an instant offer.

Wolfie was initially launched in New Jersey, and now connects consumers and businesses in Pennsylvania, New York, Connecticut, as well as a number of international locations.
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