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daisybeetle 12,375 69,343 August 26, 2016 at 10:45 AM in Gift Cards (7) More Raise.com Deals
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Last Edited by daisybeetle August 26, 2016 at 11:53 AM
$5 off $10+ in Starbucks egift cards for new customers with code SLICKSTAR

Starbucks egift cards [raise.com]
$10 - $5 off $10 for new customers w code SLICKSTAR = $5

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#2
This doesn't seem to work for me. It keeps saying double check all fields but it's all filled out.
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Quote from bubbybobble View Post :
This doesn't seem to work for me. It keeps saying double check all fields but it's all filled out.
work for me, try delete cookies on browser and history.
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This site is sketch as F*** and not recommended by lots of users. I had some problems myself, needless to say I ain't coming back.
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There are reports of people buying Starbucks cards from reseller websites and having their entire Starbucks accounts frozen until they can prove they paid for the entire amount on their account with receipts. There is even a disclaimer on Raise before checkout that says Raise is not responsible for those who add the Starbucks card to their primary Starbucks account.

This usually happens when people steal credit cards, buy gift cards, then sell them on Raise. When the original owner of the credit card claims their purchases were fraudulent, it cancels out the balance of the Starbucks gift card and Starbucks gets notified to lock the entire account itself.
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This site is sketch as F*** and not recommended by lots of users. I had some problems myself, needless to say I ain't coming back.
The cards are preowned so you might run into issues with scammers that slip through the crack. Once you transfer the cards to your main card account, they can't do anything right? That's my concern.
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There are reports of people buying Starbucks cards from reseller websites and having their entire Starbucks accounts frozen until they can prove they paid for the entire amount on their account with receipts. There is even a disclaimer on Raise before checkout that says Raise is not responsible for those who add the Starbucks card to their primary Starbucks account.

This usually happens when people steal credit cards, buy gift cards, then sell them on Raise. When the original owner of the credit card claims their purchases were fraudulent, it cancels out the balance of the Starbucks gift card and Starbucks gets notified to lock the entire account itself.
Well that's a game breaker for me. I'm out.
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I once purchased a card. Uploaded into my account and a few days later, the balance was removed. Called to see what the problem was and they said the "credit card used unauthorized." Don't blame the company for that but then decided to call Raise to sort it out. Was not offered a refund. This site sucks and it needs to be regulated. Just absolutely horrible. Do yourself a favor and save yourself the headache.
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Yeah, no PayPal, so I am out. Seems like a grab for CC numbers.
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#10
I ordered the iTunes GC ($25 for $10) yesterday and this deal. Both worked fine, and I was able to redeem them. I have seen concerns by other users on Slickdeals, so I would tread carefully.
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The cards are preowned so you might run into issues with scammers that slip through the crack. Once you transfer the cards to your main card account, they can't do anything right? That's my concern.
The fraud issue happens on all services, including eBay and most other gift card markets. It is what the merchant does afterwards that is important.

The issue is two-fold:

a) This site asks for a lot of information, including verifying your phone number (and it can ONLY be a mobile phone number, no Google Voice etc.) and date of birth. Which is outside of what I consider appropriate, but this is a minor issue.

b) Their customer service is consistently bad, and so if you have a problem expecting them to resolve it is questionable, and that is the key.

My brush with them didn't give me confidence, and only served to further prove the bad reviews from others.
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#12
worked for me! thanks!
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Done. Worked!
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where do you input the coupon code?
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If you register using the following link [snip] and apply code SLICKSTAR you should only have to end up paying $1 instead of $5 for the $10 gift card.
Referral links not allowed
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