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Here are the terms and conditions:Can be used to buy merchandise & services at stores/kiosks operated by Verizon or at verizon.com. Gift cards cannot be used at Verizon Authorized Retailer locations. Gift cards can be used to pay a Verizon Wireless or Fios bill by visiting Verizon.com or using the My Verizon app (wireless bills only) or My Fios app. Do not mail card with your bill. For card balance call 1.800.876.4141 or dial #GIFT (#4438) from your wireless device. Gift cards are non-refundable and cannot be returned for a cash refund, except in those states as required by law. Purchase & use of gift card constitutes acceptance of all terms & conditions. Treat this card like cash, Verizon is not responsible for gift cards that have been lost, stolen, or damaged. Gift cards do not expire and are not subject to dormancy or other fees. Gift cards may not be used for resale, advertising, marketing, sweepstakes or other promotional purposes without consent.




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It's almost time to start planning summer trips so you can enjoy visits with family, picturesque destinations, or an isolated cabin in the woods. Whatever type of trip you and a loved one might enjoy, a $500 prepaid Delta gift card will go far in planning the perfect vacation.


As of Mar. 20, Best Buy is throwing in a free $75 gift card(Opens in a new tab) with the purchase of a prepaid Delta gift card valued at $500. That means that not only will you be able to enjoy a fantastic trip, but you can also get yourself a new device or gadget to take along on your adventure.


**Target GiftCards are solely for use at Target stores and on Target.com. Target GiftCards cannot be used to purchase any prepaid or specialty gift cards. If someone claims that you should pay them in Target GiftCards, please report it at ftccomplaintassistant.gov. ***Restrictions apply. RedCard 5% savings excludes: Target GiftCards, Stockpile & Gift of College cards; Visa, Mastercard, American Express Prepaid & gift cards.


Orders containing traditional plastic gift cards and no other merchandise will be shipped at no charge via USPS. Expedited Service is available (excluding APO/FPO addresses where gift card-only orders will be shipped via Standard Service) for a flat rate of $5.00. If you purchase a gift card(s) along with other items, the shipping charge related to the gift card(s) will be waived for Expedited Service. Electronic gift cards are delivered by email and can be printed at home for hand delivery.


Gift cards are redeemable in-store or on-line. To use your card on-line, it must have an 8 digit pin number that is located on the back of the traditional plastic card or in the email that delivers the electronic gift card. On traditional plastic cards, the PIN is covered by a scratch-off surface for your protection. If your card does not have this security feature, you may visit any store and transfer your balance to an on-line enabled card.


Scammers favor gift cards because they are easy for people to find and buy, and they have fewer protections for buyers compared to some other payment options. Scammers can get quick cash, the transaction is largely irreversible, and they can remain anonymous.


Scammers also tell people where to buy the gift cards. In the first nine months of 2021, people who reported losing money buying gift cards mentioned Target stores more than other retailers. Reports suggest that Walmart, Best Buy, CVS, and Walgreens stores are also popular with scammers.


3 From January 2021 through September 2021, 39,263 reports indicating $147.8 million in gift card and reload card payments were submitted, compared to 36,682 reports indicating $115.1 million in reported gift card payments in all of 2020. Earlier year figures for comparison purposes are as follows: 35,323 reports with $100 million reported lost (2019), 32,084 reports with $70.6 million reported lost (2018).


5 From January 2021 through September 2021, 12,239 people reported losing $35.5 million to business impersonators using gift cards, and 7,844 people reported losing $39.6 million to government impersonators using gift cards. Excluding reports that did not indicate a contact method, a phone call was the method of contact in 37% of reports indicating gift cards as the method of payment, followed by email (18%) and social media (16%).


7 The median individual reported losses from January 1, 2021 through September 30, 2021 by gift card brand are as follows: Target ($2,500), Walmart ($1,380), Apple ($800), eBay ($600), and Google Play ($500). Median individual losses are based on the total loss reported by the consumer, which often includes more than one gift card purchase.


8 The percentage of reports from January 1, 2021 through September 30, 2021 indicating a loss of $5,000 or more by gift card brand are as follows: Target (30%), Apple (13%), Walmart (12%), Google Play (6%), and eBay (3%). Of the $148 million reported lost to gift card scams during this period, $111 million were losses reported by people who reported a loss of $5,000 or more.


It should be obvious to regular readers of this blog that this is a scam, and the best thing to do with such things is delete them. You may (or may not) be able to report them to your carrier, but scams like these are typically paid for through fraudulent means such as stolen credit cards, so your carrier may be almost as much a victim as you were.


Avoiding this type of scam is largely a matter of impulse control: Con artists like the scammers behind this one prey on the naiveté and gullibility of the public, knowing that a certain percentage will click though, expecting to get their gift card rather than spams, telemarketing calls and junk mail. Applying a smidge of common sense and a dash of critical thinking largely alleviates such threats.


Origins: In October 2012, a scam purporting to offer free $1,000 Best Buy gift cards to those who accessed a proffered link then entered a "winning code" spread by cell phone text message. It was a reprise of a March 2012 scam that invoked the name of the same retailer to lure the unwary.


THE FOLLOWING IS A SUMMARY OF PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS. SEE TERMS & CONDITIONS FOR COMPLETE DETAILS. Members are being accepted subject to the following Program Requirements: 1) Must be a legal US resident; 2) must be at least 18 years old or older; 3) must have a valid email and shipping address; 4) Eligible members can receive the incentive gift package by completing two reward offers from each of the Silver and Gold reward offer page options and nine reward offers from the Platinum reward offer page options and refer 3 friends to do the same. Various types of reward offers are available. Completion of reward offers most often requires a purchase or filing a credit application and being accepted for a financial product such as a credit card or consumer loan.


Those still in hot pursuit of the promised $1,000 gift cards were then asked to provide their names, mailing addresses, e-mail addresses, cell phone numbers, and dates of birth, or were taken directly to web pages that required them to select a number of "free" offers.


The Credit Card Accountability Responsibility and Disclosure (Credit CARD) Act provides several protections for consumers who purchase certain types of gift cards, including store and restaurant (also known as merchant) gift cards. These cards can only be redeemed at the stores and restaurants that sell them. Bank gift cards, which carry the logo of a payment card network (e.g., Visa, MasterCard), are also subject to Credit CARD Act protections and can be used wherever the brand is accepted.


Under the law, a gift card cannot expire until at least five years from the date it was activated. The law also places general limitations on fees. For instance, the card issuer cannot charge a dormancy or inactivity fee on a gift card unless there has been no activity for one year and the card clearly states its policy toward that fee. In addition, some states have separate laws that provide added protection in certain circumstances.


Another common scam is someone who poses as an attorney for a family member and claims that the family member is in trouble with the law and needs assistance. They contact you by phone or email, and ask you to purchase gift cards in specific amounts to pay them. These are all red flags to a scam, and once you purchase the gift cards, the scammers will tell you to provide them with the code numbers and PINs that are usually located on the back of cards so that the scammer can redeem them.


You and your friend must both have Steam accounts and you'll need to be friends on Steam. You can purchase Steam digital gift cards for any user that you have had on your friends list for at least 3 days. Please note that you cannot use existing wallet funds to purchase a digital gift card.


Their digital gift card will be delivered into their Steam Wallet to use right away once your friend accepts their gift. That means your friend can purchase games, or micro-transactions. If your friend's account is not limited, they can even purchase items from the Steam Community Market.


Of course! Everyone loves getting personalized gifts. If you know which game your friend already wants then you can buy that game as a gift from the Steam store. However, if you aren't quite sure what your friend might want for, say their birthday or holiday, then a Steam gift card can be a great gift. Digital gift cards can also help you contribute to a friend's game purchase or to help them buy a micro-transaction item.


If your friend declines your digital gift card then your purchase will be refunded. If possible, your purchase will be refunded to your original payment method. If your payment method does not support this, then the purchase will be refunded into your own Steam Wallet.


In the rare event that a market restriction will be applied to your account upon accepting a digital gift card we'll display a clear warning before accepting to avoid any surprises. If avoiding the restriction is important to you, you may wait until after the day mentioned in the warning before accepting the gift. If no such message is displayed, then no restriction will apply when accepting. 041b061a72


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