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CardCash is offering 7% Off Restaurant Gift Cards  with coupon code "BONAPPETIT".

Deal Notes: Maximum $3000 per customer

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You guys have to stop advertising this company. The average user will be burned by them thinking you guys only put reputable deals.

I only lost $300 gift card from this compary
Stacy M. (CardCash)
Aug 25, 11:59 AM EDT
Please be advised that we have received this claim beyond our 45 day buyer protection period.
CardCash is a gift card marketplace where millions of sellers can sell their unwanted pre-owned gift cards at a discount. CardCash checks the balance at the time of the listing. Statistically only a very small percentage of our cards have issues where the seller used the gift card or it got canceled after we have checked the balance at the time of the listing. The percentages are kept very low because of all the proprietary fraud technology and KYC measures CardCash has working behind the scenes.
Buying from any Marketplace involves the classical Risk vs Reward decision. Consumers shopping on a marketplace can save up to 35% but will at times receive cards that are invalid or have a balance discrepancy. This is not something we can control. However, in order to make our customers feel a bit more comfortable we offer a 45 day buyer protection guarantee. CardCash encourages all of its customers to use the cards within that time period and if they encounter an issue to immediately let us know.
We also require that all claims to be submitted to us within that 45 day period as that increases the probability of reaching the original seller and receiving a refund from him or her. In such situations, if CardCash cannot recoup the funds from the original seller it will take the loss as part of its guarantee and issue a refund to the customer. For claims submitted beyond the 45 day period, CardCash will still attempt to request a refund from the original seller but if unsuccessful , CardCash cannot absorb any additional liability and is very clear about this policy all over the website.
In your situation, we were unfortunately unsuccessful in recouping funds from the original seller and cannot offer any refunds for this order since it is beyond the 45 day period.
The 45 day buyer protection guarantee is clearly posted on the sidebar of our website. See for examplehttps://www.cardcash.com/buy-gift-cards in addition it is clearly stipulated in the terms and conditions of the site, which customers accept prior to using our site and making a purchase.
For more information about our 45 day guarantee please see here https://www.cardcash.com/guarantee/ .
We apologize for the inconvenience this may have caused you, however at CardCash we firmly believe we took the appropriate steps to alert the customers of our 45 day buyer protection period.
Best Regards,
Stacy M.
Claims Specialist
CardCash/ABC Gift Cards.com

I lost $100 on a Brinker gift card through Cardcash because I waited over 45 days to try to use it. The manager at Maggianos printed out the card usage history that showed it was used up about 14 days after I purchased it, and I provided a scan of the history to Cardcash to no avail, got an email identical to kenwallet. I mainly blame myself for not using it up within 45 days and would buy from Cardcash again only if I plan to use it within 45 days or take a chance with a loss. But I would avoid Brinker family gc at Cardcash.

I bought over 100 gift cards from CardCash over the years.   Recently I lost money on the gift cards.   Two of my restaurant gift cards were working until day 46.  Whoever sold the cards to Card Cash knows the warranty ends day 45.   They reverse the complete remaining balance on day 46.   Going forward buy only the amount you can use within 45 days.   Even though I have spent $1000s of dollars Card Cash will not refund lost funds on fraud.    Like the other person I too had cards that were zeroed out before 45 days.  If you don't file a claim by day 46 they won't help, as we gave gift cards as gifts like Macys and did not receive a refund.


I have never lost a dime from this company. I have had several gift cards that have had zero balance and the company has always refunded my money.
First I check the balance when I receive it, then I spend it within the 45 days.. The cards that are not spent in the 45 days, which is rarely, have had so little balance that it is not worth stealing.

There are no good options for buying gift cards from resellers anymore. It's a shady business and they deal with a lot of shady people when they purchase these cards. At this point, anybody that holds CardCash (or Card Pool, or any of their ilk) is really asking for it. And it doesn't even have to be past the 45 day warranty period. Going to a restaurant with your family only to find that your gift card bounces when you pay your check is not anybody's idea of a good time, whether or not you receive a prorated refund - not to mention the use restrictions that some companies have imposed on the use of GC's because of repeated "abuse" (their term).

And companies like Paypal Digital Gifts are no better. In fact, I would actually buy from CC before I'd buy from PPDG. At least with CC, you know what the rules are going in. With PPDG, you have no idea what the hell they're doing, nor what your right are if they experience another incident like they did last year.

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I've received three invalid gift cards from this company.  Their customer service is horrible.

seems to many complains here

johnadamthegreat said:   seems to many complains here
  It's not about the complaint.  It's about the great potential lost and high risk.

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