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Promoted 07-18-2016 by johnny_miller at 04:44 PM View Original Post
CardCash offers 14% off Starbucks or Dunkin Donuts eGift Cards. Thanks shada

Examples:
  • Dunkin Donuts up to 14.5% off
    • $40 eGift Card for $34.40
    • $100 eGift Card for $85.50
No Longer Available:
  • Starbucks 14% off
    • $25 eGift Card for $21.50
    • $100 eGift Card for $86

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Be sure to use gift cards within 45-day guarantee window. For any order issues, please contact slickdeals@cardcash.com. Refer to the forum thread for additional information. -johnny_miller

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Edited July 28, 2016 at 08:30 AM by annie930ny

STARBUCKS up to 14%:
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Raise has it 6.5% discount.


Dunkin Donuts 14%
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Raise has it 10% discount.

NO coupon required.

Expires: 7/20/2016 at 11:59 PM EST. All CardCash promotions are valid until the expiration date written on the email. Most promotions are not yet available on the app.

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Last Edited by mangaza July 23, 2016 at 03:54 AM
Purchasing gift cards from a secondary market entails some risk of gift cards not having the correct balance. If this happens to you, please send an email to slickdeals@cardcash.com and they will get back to you within two business days. CardCash buys gift cards from ordinary gift card owners who may choose to continue to use the card's value fraudulently. We recommend testing the gift cards as soon as you receive them and consuming or transferring the value soon after. CardCash offers a 45 day money back guarantee.

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It doesn't matter if you transfer it to another card. If the card was initially bought fraudulently, Starbucks can trace down the card and zero it out. And if you added it to your account, they will freeze your account and take away the funds that you had previously. Tons of articles and stories about it online. Here's one for example: http://elliott.org/problem-solved...y-from-me/.

That's why all these gift card sites have the Starbucks disclaimer. Yea, Raise/Card Pool/etc will refund you the gift card amount, but if you had funds in your account before, you lose that as well and have to open up a new Starbucks account.
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Can anyone explain this banner that's on the Dunkin page?
"Dunkin Donuts cards sold on our site cannot be loaded into the Dunkin Donuts app."

Why would that be? And if so, can they be used to purchase gift cards that can load into the app? Thanks for any info.
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Can anyone explain this banner that's on the Dunkin page?
"Dunkin Donuts cards sold on our site cannot be loaded into the Dunkin Donuts app."

Why would that be? And if so, can they be used to purchase gift cards that can load into the app? Thanks for any info.
It's more of a warning than a fact. They cannot guarantee that someone hasn't already added the card to their app account, only that it has the proper balance.
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Same thing on Starbucks card page, not sure what it means.

Quote from jiggyblau View Post :
Can anyone explain this banner that's on the Dunkin page?
"Dunkin Donuts cards sold on our site cannot be loaded into the Dunkin Donuts app."

Why would that be? And if so, can they be used to purchase gift cards that can load into the app? Thanks for any info.
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Happened to me once. These cards have scratched off pins on the back so you can't add them to the app. Can only use in store.
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Quote from jiggyblau View Post :
Can anyone explain this banner that's on the Dunkin page?
"Dunkin Donuts cards sold on our site cannot be loaded into the Dunkin Donuts app."

Why would that be? And if so, can they be used to purchase gift cards that can load into the app? Thanks for any info.
Sometimes gift cards are purchased with a stolen credit card, and then sold on sites like Raise and Card Cash. If you add the card to your account, you risk having your account shut down. When/if the owner of the credit card does a charge back, Starbucks will remove the funds from the card and freeze/close down your account.

I haven't heard of Dunkin Donuts doing it, but I assume it's the same.
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when I buy Starbucks card I always add it to the app and transfer that to another gift card balance immediately
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Quote from Formul8or View Post :
when I buy Starbucks card I always add it to the app and transfer that to another gift card balance immediately
I was curious why everyone was out cardcash bashing again with this thought also...
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when I buy Starbucks card I always add it to the app and transfer that to another gift card balance immediately
It doesn't matter if you transfer it to another card. If the card was initially bought fraudulently, Starbucks can trace down the card and zero it out. And if you added it to your account, they will freeze your account and take away the funds that you had previously. Tons of articles and stories about it online. Here's one for example: http://elliott.org/problem-solved...y-from-me/.

That's why all these gift card sites have the Starbucks disclaimer. Yea, Raise/Card Pool/etc will refund you the gift card amount, but if you had funds in your account before, you lose that as well and have to open up a new Starbucks account.
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It is good to know the risks as highlighted by row. Thanks!

Pretty silly to have $400+ in a Starbucks account unless the person is actively involved in fraud that Starbucks caught. See the article linked above.

I usually buy small value cards and use them ASAP.
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Not bad for starbucks.. but its been much better in past
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It doesn't matter if you transfer it to another card. If the card was initially bought fraudulently, Starbucks can trace down the card and zero it out. And if you added it to your account, they will freeze your account and take away the funds that you had previously. Tons of articles and stories about it online. Here's one for example: http://elliott.org/problem-solved...y-from-me/.

That's why all these gift card sites have the Starbucks disclaimer. Yea, Raise/Card Pool/etc will refund you the gift card amount, but if you had funds in your account before, you lose that as well and have to open up a new Starbucks account.
Elliot's article is good. It shows how wide spread the problem is. It's widespread because Starbucks applies this harsh principle even if the alleged fraud is innocent. I had such an issue as he described but for only about $100 accumulated into an account from gift cards from various friends from a going away party. Combining numerous cards was flagged as fraud and the account was closed. I got it back only after BBB agreed with me and Starbucks conceded.
Personally I don't think buying gift cards from a third party is wise if the potential is there for the cards to have been created from stolen credit cards. How else can gift cards be sold at 14% of their value? I am sure there is a way to do that however, to Starbucks credit it is for these reasons companies need to take strict measures.
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Quote from row View Post :
It doesn't matter if you transfer it to another card. If the card was initially bought fraudulently, Starbucks can trace down the card and zero it out. And if you added it to your account, they will freeze your account and take away the funds that you had previously. Tons of articles and stories about it online. Here's one for example: http://elliott.org/problem-solved...y-from-me/.

That's why all these gift card sites have the Starbucks disclaimer. Yea, Raise/Card Pool/etc will refund you the gift card amount, but if you had funds in your account before, you lose that as well and have to open up a new Starbucks account.
Yup, this happened to me. Raise refunded my money but CardCash would not, so I have not bought from them since. I did speak to a Starbucks CSR who gave me the amount I had before I added the gift cards back. They issued me a new account # and Gold card.
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