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CardCash - 12% Off Starbucks eGift Cards w/ Free Email Delivery!


Card Cash is offering 12% Off Starbucks eGift Cards with free email delivery!

Deal idea:

  1. Purchase a $50.00 egift card for $44.00 via email delivery.
  2. Go HERE to use on sale items & receive a Free $15 egift card w/ $50 Purchase.

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How can this be? Who blocks the transfer?

"Starbucks cards sold on our site cannot be transferred onto personal Starbucks cards or accounts."

Be very careful when buying cards here. Check the value as soon as you get them, and right before you use them. The seller does not check to make sure they are still good before sending them to you.
Also use them as soon as possible. If I am buying cards from them, I try to use them the same day if possible.

wizardking said:   Be very careful when buying cards here. Check the value as soon as you get them, and right before you use them. The seller does not check to make sure they are still good before sending them to you.
Also use them as soon as possible. If I am buying cards from them, I try to use them the same day if possible.

  Same here.  They sent me $200 physical gift card has zero value.  After 45 days you are out of luck.  Please stay away as far as you can.Stacy M. (CardCash)Aug 25, 11:59 AM EDTPlease 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 

From postings this is a risky deal

These are resold cards. They are usually claimed as stolen and Starbucks will wipe all funds on your account right way if you register it, regardless of you having the physical card. Not worth it for Starbucks at least.

Risky deals llke this one should be removed.

I had a couple of retailer gift cards that went to $0 value.
I wouldn't be surprised if the cards were obtained like in the news story below.

Trio with $3,300 in gift cards charged with fraud, Palmer police say.

February 10, 2017 at 3:49 PM

Three people are charged after staff at Sheetz in Palmer Township called police to report fraudulent credit card purchases of gift cards, according to court records.

Township police caught up with the trio shortly after they were called about 3:10 a.m. Thursday from the gas station and convenience store at 3501 Nazareth Road (Route 248).

They were stopped in a Dodge Charger with the Virginia registration ZOEGANG belonging to one of the suspects, Darnell J. Johnson, 33, of Brooklyn, New York.

Initially, Johnson and codefendants Donovan A. Guscott, 22, also of Brooklyn, and Angelica R. Acevado, 22, of Reading, Pennsylvania, denied having just been at Sheetz, police said. But police spotted a yellow Sheetz bag on the driver's side rear passenger seat, and Acevado claimed she had bought a hot dog there, court records say.

She provided police with a Visa debit card that she claimed to have used to pay, but information from Sheetz determined another card was used, records say. Acevado provided another Visa card, but a check revealed the bank identification number was fraudulent, police said.

Police took the three into custody and reviewed Sheetz surveillance showing the Charger park across the street from the store and Johnson, Guscott and Acevado crossing over to the store, records say. The three presented to the clerk multiple cards, some of which didn't work, and purchased $25 Amazon gift cards and sundry snacks and beverages, according to police.

A search of the Charger turned up $3,300 worth of gift cards for iTunes, Home Depot, Children's Place, Lowe's and Amazon, police said.

While more investigation must be done, some things aren't lining up, according to a Palmer Township police detective.

Johnson, Guscott and Acevado were arraigned before District Judge John Capobianco on charges of access device fraud, possession of an instrument of crime, receiving stolen property and conspiracy.

They were sent to Northampton County Prison in lieu of $50,000 bail each for Johnson and Guscott and $20,000 bail for Acevado. They face preliminary hearings tentatively scheduled Feb. 23.

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