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.
Found the info on an old cached page.
Registered to: Jo Chen
901 N College Ave
Columbia, MO 65201 (This is Mediacom's address).
If it wasn't a 'legit' site, than it would've asked you for your credit card yet instead they ask you for your verification first, and Paypal is the only acceptable payment. And you know the difference between credit card and Paypal, where you can dispute the payment and it is whole easier than with the credit card. Not only that, they also have a return policy in the website.
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