I'm just not sold on this. One of their website faqs is:
"Are you guys legit?
We have sold Xbox Live Gold Membership cards and Microsoft Points for years on eBay and our direct website. Here at CrazyGameTime.com we strive to provide the best service on the internet for all gaming subscription needs. Supplying 100% authentic codes. Learn more about us or view our terrific feedback."
Only problem is, I can't find any feedback. The ebay seller crazygametime has exactly 1 feedback from back in 2009. If they are listed under a different name I can't find where they say that. Also, the other protection stamps are for phishing/malware, which hardly matters if you are getting CC scammed. Thier "Webutation" is 90 out of 100, but I can't find any info about why they score what they do. Webutation gives 100 out of 100 to some pretty strange looking websites, like passwortcheck.datenschutz.ch- a site where you are supposed to enter your real passwords to test their strength (lol). Anyway, I'm not seeing enough info about crazygametime.com to trust them with my money.
Just wondering, but why would the above threads, all less than two months old, confirm the site as "legit". That's not enough time for the credit card companies to process all charge backs if the time cards were bought illegally.
One of the threads pointed out that the domain was only registered this past July, and very oddly for a corporate site, doesn't list actual human contact info.
They COULD be a new business, they also could be selling stolen time. Not sure if the time being bought illegally could somehow screw up my account with T-Mobile, but I don't think I'm comfortable taking the chance. It takes time to earn a reputation.
I wouldn't put a whole year. ST has a reputation of closing / suspending accounts and I am not too confident of their CS.
I thought they stopped doing that, instead, I think they throttle now if you use too much data.
Either way, I still wouldn't add a whole year into reserve. It's like locking yourself into a one year contract. If something were to happen and you got fed up with customer service and want to switch, or if maybe a better deal that Straight Talk comes out, you can't really switch or you'd be throwing away all that service you have in reserve.
The codes, based on feedback here, are obviously working. But I have serious doubts that this company is legit. The price point is just too low, and all the details about the company are very shady. I wouldn't be surprised if these are stolen or otherwise pilfered codes. They are certainly not a Straight Talk dealer, so how are they getting these "legit" codes and selling them below retail?
Sure they might work fine now, and they might work fine after you apply them. But what happens if ST suddenly revokes the credit or suspends your account?
Not worth the risk to me for a savings of $7. I'd rather use the Walmart trick to get 100% valid codes for $45 out the door.
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