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Straight Talk Unlimited 30 Day Refill $38.24 AC @ Crazy Game Time, AT&T and T-Mobile also 15% off

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Crazygametime.com [crazygametime.com] has Straight Talk $45 dollar 30 Day refill cards for $38.24 no tax and no shipping when you use coupon code "1545" Just bought one myself and had immediate delivery. Maybe a good time to stock up.


EDIT: Also 15% all AT&T [crazygametime.com], T-Mobile [crazygametime.com], and Virgin-Mobile [crazygametime.com] Cards

Straight Talk Code 1545
AT&T Code 1350
T-Mobile Code 1450
Virgin Code $40= 1240 $45=1245 $60=1260


PHONE VERFICATION: To verfiy using the phone verification tool you must NOT use a VOIP number, in addition, I could not get it to work with Chrome. Firefox and IE work fine.
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Tax free loophole no longer works......
Not true. I placed one a couple of days ago and it went through just fine. Someone else said their orders wouldn't go through, and since I needed a refill, figured I would check. Ordered and received my code about 15 minutes later for $45 out the door. Not sure why some people are having issues, but the loophole is still viable:

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Walmart.com Order Number: 2677000-123456
Electronic Delivery
Items Qty Arrival Date Price
(Email Delivery) Straight Talk Unlimited Text, Talk and Web Access 30-Day Service Card 1 Via email, recipient should receive card within hours of ordering. $45.00
Subtotal: $45.00
Shipping: Free
Tax: $0.00
See our Returns Policy or
contact Customer Service Walmart.com Total: $45.00
Order Summary
Order Date: 12/07/2012
Subtotal: $45.00
Shipping: Free
Tax: $0.00
Order Total: $45.00
Credit card: $45.00

Billing Information
Payment Method: Billing Address:
Credit card:
AMEX:XXXX-XXXX-XXX-XXXX Bob Smith
1234 My Home Address Drive
Somewheresville, FL
34123
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Not true. I placed one a couple of days ago and it went through just fine. Someone else said their orders wouldn't go through, and since I needed a refill, figured I would check. Ordered and received my code about 15 minutes later for $45 out the door. Not sure why some people are having issues, but the loophole is still viable:

Ok, just to be clear, receiving possibly stolen property is unethical by your standards, but tax evasion is totally ok?
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Ok, just to be clear, receiving possibly stolen property is unethical by your standards, but tax evasion is totally ok?
*sigh*

I will try to respond one more time to you, against my better judgement.

I -never- implied that people shouldn't do business with the company in your post because it was unethical, illegal or immoral. In fact, quite to the contrary, I clearly said that I am not the morality police and have no qualms about people posting or taking advantage of less-than-honest deals. Some of my best savings have been from them.

However, my point was, which I have said numerous times but you seem to refuse to understand, is that the people here need to make sure that they are completely aware what the circumstances are with the seller - factual or assumed based on the situation. Your claims that this buyer is beyond reproach simply doesn't add up. While, I agree, they do seem to deliver the promised goods and make good on issues people are having, that doesn't mean that their product isn't acquired legitimately.

Many people here have issues with such a thing. Others might not, but deserve to be warned that the code may be invalidated or worse in the future. And even if it doesn't, the entire situation is very shady, so again, they should be made aware of that and act accordingly based on their personal beliefs and desires. If they take advantage of your 'deal', great, more power to them. But no one should be mislead into thinking that this is some authorized dealer of Straight Talk having some awesome sale - because whatever the real situation is, something is clearly off.
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I hope you have never purchased a name brand item from a store like TJ MAXX because by that logic, you have made an unethical purchase as well. Seeing as TJ MAXX and other stores (Including Sam's Club and Costco) purchase these items from various stores that have gone out of business, or purchased way to many. Techinically these are "black market" items too, since the manufacturer would never admit to selling their product to such crap stores like TJ MAXX. THREAD CRAP SOMEWHERE ELSE! THIS IS A DEAL THREAD, NOT A PODIUM
More like a stall at a fleamarket selling brand name LCD TV's for $500 below everyone. You: "This is legit." Everyone else: "How are they this cheap?" Accepting paypal =/= legit business

or

The old Tmobile flexpay scam where dealers were selling SIM cards with unlimited minutes, text, and data for ~$50-60. They would work for a few months and were killed by Tmobile.


No other site has sold Tmobile refills this low since Tmobile increased their wholesale rates. 10% wouldn't raise a flag but 15% does. People reporting invalid PIN's should be enough.
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More like a stall at a fleamarket selling brand name LCD TV's for $500 below everyone. You: "This is legit." Everyone else: "How are they this cheap?" Accepting paypal =/= legit business

or

The old Tmobile flexpay scam where dealers were selling SIM cards with unlimited minutes, text, and data for ~$50-60. They would work for a few months and were killed by Tmobile.


No other site has sold Tmobile refills this low since Tmobile increased their wholesale rates. 10% wouldn't raise a flag but 15% does. People reporting invalid PIN's should be enough.
While I don't disagree with you assumption about the merchant, I do think that the invalid (or already used) PIN issue seems to be more of a programming/order processing problem on their side versus a legitimacy issue with the codes. The few people who had that issue were told that their order "probably got mixed up with someone else who ordered at the same time" and the other person got their code too. Since they replaced them right away with working ones, that's definitely a plus.

But yeah, the discount is just too good to be true for a legitimately acquired code. They also seem to constantly be going in and out of stock. I can picture the "behind the scenes" conversation now:
"Hey Bob, these Straight Talk codes are selling like hot cakes. Here's some more stolen credit card numbers. Tell Chris to make a run over to Walmart and stock up."
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While I don't disagree with you assumption about the merchant, I do think that the invalid (or already used) PIN issue seems to be more of a programming/order processing problem on their side versus a legitimacy issue with the codes. The few people who had that issue were told that their order "probably got mixed up with someone else who ordered at the same time" and the other person got their code too. Since they replaced them right away with working ones, that's definitely a plus.

But yeah, the discount is just too good to be true for a legitimately acquired code. They also seem to constantly be going in and out of stock. I can picture the "behind the scenes" conversation now:
"Hey Bob, these Straight Talk codes are selling like hot cakes. Here's some more stolen credit card numbers. Tell Chris to make a run over to Walmart and stock up."
My guess is money laundering. Cash purchases at local B&M most likely walmarts. $5 says if you lie about your PIN coming up invalid, that they will send another without checking.

Their "affiliate-program" will cut you 2% of purchases and get implicated in fraud for free!


So that is 15% + 2% + paypal fees = not legit
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Those of you who have ordered pins and received confirmation emails know that this site goes thru e-junkie.

Those here who are have ordered Staples coupons on ebay thru e-junkie know that sometimes these codes are invalid but if you email the vendor you'll get a new valid pin code.
This is the case here as indicated by the various posts.

It appears that these Virgin PIN codes are mathematically computer generated and CHANCES are they do not come from Virgin/Sprint and therefore are NOT real Virgin/Sprint codes just as the Staples codes are not real Staples codes.
BUT THEY WORK!!!
Someone, somewhere has broken the Code/PIN generation algorithms of these merchants and are making FREE $$$$.
This is highly sophisticated stuff and it likely involves very well trained people with access to some serious computing power.
Maybe the Chinese/Russian/etc NSA or people with access there????

When you buy a $60.00 Virgin PIN code for $45.00, a 25% discount, you SHOULD KNOW that these are NOT real Virgin pins.
VIRGIN recently stopped offering 2%-3% PIN discounts thru sites like Calling Mart, AND it is HIGHLY UNLIKELY that it would now start offering 25% discounts to anyone.

NOW, the main question you have to ask yourself is: How much RISK can you tolerate???
OR as Dirty Harry said: Do you feel lucky, punk?
If Virgin/Sprint discovers this AND nullifies all these codes AND deducts the funds from your accounts you're up the creek, as they say.

If you used a credit card to pay in PayPal AND you are within you credit card's chargeback window, you'll probably be able to challenge the charge with a chargeback and get credit.
BUT if you paid with your bank or PayPal balance good luck in getting your $ back.
BUT, if the Staples codes are a guide, the chances of these codes going thru are very good to excellent.
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Just bought one month, got it instantly and added successfully to my reserve. Seems pretty shady, though.
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I'm good through June lol
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Their customer service does suck, but honestly, how often do you really need it? Outside of maybe when you setup service or port your number, you never really need to call them again. Even when I had AT&T, for three plus years, I can't recall a single time I needed to speak with them for anything about my phone line.

And as I mentioned, if a ton of data is a requirement, the TMO-ST plan is probably the one you want. If you are able to stay under the 2GB/100MB limits, ATT-ST works great.
I've called them 3 times and their service was excellent. Their English was very good and they resolved my issue each time.

3 for 3 is pretty good.
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Those of you who have ordered pins and received confirmation emails know that this site goes thru e-junkie.

Those here who are have ordered Staples coupons on ebay thru e-junkie know that sometimes these codes are invalid but if you email the vendor you'll get a new valid pin code.
This is the case here as indicated by the various posts.

It appears that these Virgin PIN codes are mathematically computer generated and CHANCES are they do not come from Virgin/Sprint and therefore are NOT real Virgin/Sprint codes just as the Staples codes are not real Staples codes.
BUT THEY WORK!!!
Someone, somewhere has broken the Code/PIN generation algorithms of these merchants and are making FREE $$$$.
This is highly sophisticated stuff and it likely involves very well trained people with access to some serious computing power.
Maybe the Chinese/Russian/etc NSA or people with access there????

When you buy a $60.00 Virgin PIN code for $45.00, a 25% discount, you SHOULD KNOW that these are NOT real Virgin pins.
VIRGIN recently stopped offering 2%-3% PIN discounts thru sites like Calling Mart, AND it is HIGHLY UNLIKELY that it would now start offering 25% discounts to anyone.

NOW, the main question you have to ask yourself is: How much RISK can you tolerate???
OR as Dirty Harry said: Do you feel lucky, punk?
If Virgin/Sprint discovers this AND nullifies all these codes AND deducts the funds from your accounts you're up the creek, as they say.

If you used a credit card to pay in PayPal AND you are within you credit card's chargeback window, you'll probably be able to challenge the charge with a chargeback and get credit.
BUT if you paid with your bank or PayPal balance good luck in getting your $ back.
BUT, if the Staples codes are a guide, the chances of these codes going thru are very good to excellent.
Cool story bro. Gonna go get my code for T-Mo in the morning
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People reporting invalid PIN's should be enough.
While I do agree that it looks very suspicious 10% is too much but 15%!!!!
I have to disagree with your statement about invalid PINs. I've got invalid PIN from TMo itself and have to spend more than 1 hour with them to apply amount from this PIN
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It appears that these Virgin PIN codes are mathematically computer generated and CHANCES are they do not come from Virgin/Sprint and therefore are NOT real Virgin/Sprint codes just as the Staples codes are not real Staples codes.
BUT THEY WORK!!!
Someone, somewhere has broken the Code/PIN generation algorithms of these merchants and are making FREE $$$$.
I thought that even this stuff is generated it should go first into their own (VM) database as valid and then be issued to someone. So basically this PIN should be in database pregenerated and this guys should have access to this database (break whole system) in order to make it work, but it's just an assumption Smilie.
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Got one for Straight Talk.
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I thought that even this stuff is generated it should go first into their own (VM) database as valid and then be issued to someone. So basically this PIN should be in database pregenerated and this guys should have access to this database (break whole system) in order to make it work, but it's just an assumption Smilie.
If they were only selling ST pins, maybe. But they are selling tons of other ones too, and across multiple product lines (games, phones, etc.). So it's highly unlikely that they compromised all of those systems. It's also highly unlikely they found some magic formula to generate them all. Especially since the pins needs to be activated first.

My bet is either on some type of credit card like fraud or money laundering.
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