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ctgolfer
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Hmm...will this paper GC fly at a traditional Panda Express?

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forbin4040 said:   Hmm...will this paper GC fly at a traditional Panda Express?
  Why not?

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I am not able to pay using eBay gift card.

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jschuman said:   
forbin4040 said:   Hmm...will this paper GC fly at a traditional Panda Express?
  Why not?

  I couldn't use Card Cash paper giftcard in Panda Express.  They did not accept it at all.  Not sure about Paypal Digital Gifts. 

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same here

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DO NOT SUPPORT MERCHANTS OPERATING ILLEGALLY AND INVOLVED IN MONEY LAUNDERING.  BY SUPPPORTING THESE MERCHANTS YOU ARE HELPING FUND ILLEGAL ACTIVITIES INCLUDING FUNDING TERRORISM.
 I am a certified fraud specialist and this company is operating illegally.

In my professional opinion this company is involved in money laundering and credit card fraud.  It appears that the merchant is purchasing numerous gift cards that were originally purchased using stolen credit cards.  Cardcash.com turns around and sells these items at a significant profit.  You, the customer think you are getting a deal, but all you are getting is a headache.  Card Cash actually states that you should use the gift card within 45 days of purchase and only gives a 45 day buyer protection period.  The reason why they encourage you to use the gift card so quickly and only give a 45 day protection is that is how long it will take for the credit card companies to contact the corporate office of the original gift card issuer and instruct them to cancel out the gift card number that was purchased with a stolen credit card.  In essence, cardcash.com is trying to get you to use the gift cards before they are deactivated.  After the 45 days pass and the gift card is deactivated by the store, you are out of luck if you have not used it yet as they claim that you are outside of their 45 day buyer protection period, so even if it turns out that that the gift card was deactivated because it was originally purchased with a stolen credit card, they say tough luck on you.BUYER BEWARE. 

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