Most people haven't had a problem. It's one guy who has never bought from them saying they are fraudulent.
yupppp i have purchased twice as well once, on their 1st deal. about maybe two months ago, so far no problems. and the last one i topped up was about less than a month ago. vm or my cc never batted an eye .. currently holding a 95.xx topup balance with em
Mine is still $15 (well 16.43 with tax/fees) .. at least it was 2 months ago. Like I said very old plan .. used to be called minute-2-minute I think and was called something else before that. I've had it about 5-6 yrs. Mostly got the phone for emergencies and quick calls home.
So general consensus is that CrazyGameTime.com is fraudulent? I purchased from them last deal and did not have a problem.
I thought all the fraudulent talk was concerning the ebay deals, not CrazyGameTime. I hope they're not fraudulent. I'm hoping they just are able to buy huge blocks of these cards at a big discount to resell. Kind of like the land line long distance carriers did years ago when you could get long distance service for like .02/min instead of the big carriers .15/min.
Since they noted on the website they used to sell on ebay I searched the ID: crazygametime and shows member since May 9, 2009 to present. No FB in last 12 months though. Last FB left 2009 and only showing 1 FB.
I noticed one seller on ebay selling 46 top-up cards that they got from a closed down Best Buy store -- liquidation type stock. Maybe that's what CrazyGameTime does. ??
Message you get if you try to load over $400: "We're having some trouble with your Top-Up. Call Virgin Mobile At Your Service at 1-888-322-1122 and they'll help you out."
I am topping up mine and the wife's account as close to $400 as possible.
Member since: Oct-19-12 in United States
Thanks for the caps Mikey but it's not ADVICE. It's simply my EXPERIENCE. I have spent $400+ with the ebay classified. Every single top-up has cleared. I've spent $200+ with CGT. Every single top-up cleared.
If you're arguing legitimacy, then you should be buying from VM directly or an authorized re-seller. End of story. CGT and the eBay listing are not authorized re-sellers. The risk is identical here.
P.S. your so-called good advice doesn't seem to be advice at all. Allow me to help you. What he is trying to say is that you cannot exceed $400 in you account, ever. If you have $380 in your account and try to apply a $60 top-up, the VM system will reject your top-up. You will have to wait for your account to fall to the $340 mark or lower.
A google and SD search of posts indicate that CGT (the seller) seems to have been succesfully selling top-ups, microsoft points, and the like without issue for awhile.
I would be wary of purchasing these via ebay however... especially from anyone other than an established seller with extensive history.
IMO this is a good deal at a reputable seller causing me to purchase $600 worth of VM top-ups yesterday. Received codes immediately and have (over the last 25 hours) already applied $480 of the $600 (2 separate VM accts) without issue.
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