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Note: CardCash offers a 45-day money-back guarantee on all gift cards (details). These are not recommended for gifting but are great for personal use. Only buy what you can use within the 45 day guarantee window. If you experience any issues with your order, email slickdeals@cardcash.com for assistance.

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Cardcash [cardcash.com] has Target eGift Cards on sale from 8-10% Off. Save an additional 2% w/ code TARGETDEAL code expired. Usually codes are received within 5 minutes.

NOTE on Cardcash: Buy only what you can use within 45 day guarantee window, these are are not recommended for gifting but are great for personal use.

But because of the nature of the gift card reseller market - if there is an issue, please send an email to slickdeals@cardcash.com. CardCash buys gift cards from ordinary gift card owners who may choose to continue to use the card's value fraudulently. You should test the gift cards as soon as you receive them and consume or transfer the value (ability to do this will vary by merchant) soon after. CardCash offers a 45 day money back guarantee.
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I just bought 2 cards a few minutes ago. Both were ZERO balance when I tried to add them to my Target account. You should expect some issues when you buy these. Will file a claim with them.
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I miss the good old days when we could use these to buy Disney gift cards.
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It was several years ago, but there were people that bought 3rd party Target cards and had their balance removed and banned from ordering on Target.com because they were fraudulent cards (probably bought with a stolen credit card). If you buy these, use them right away and in store only.
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I guess Cardcash is a reputable merchant and will refund you the money if the GCs are duds. There is one thing that folks need to realize. Even if the GC are good at the present time, they could be invalidated in the future due to CC chargebacks if these GCs were bought with stolen CCs (big problem on EBay). Case in point, bought Southwest GCs on EBay. Got future tickets on SW. A chargeback occurred, so the original merchant invalidated these GCs and SW cancelled my tickets bought with these GCs.

If this can happen on EBay, I assume no vendor is immune to this fraud. Fraudulent individual sellers can perpetuate this on any GC reselling vendors. Word to the wise!

Learned 3 things when buying GCs from resellers...

1. Use the GC quickly in full.
2. Don't buy stuff that can be invalidated later like future tickets, membership dues, products that need periodic activations and can be blacklisted at a later date preventing its use, etc..Don't buy GCs at too good to be true discounts for say, prepaid cellular service where the carrier has the ability to take away your phone number that is important to you.
3. Leave no way for Target (or whoever) to trace the purchase back to you. Online orders can be traced back to your address. Using both GCs and your CC on a purchase allows the merchant to trace you. They could ban you, send you to collections, etc Don't apply these GCs to your main online account which has your name, phone, address..

None of the bad things will happen generally if you buy from reputable resellers themselves, but you might want to take a few minutes and evaluate your risks and mitigate them if buying from third party resellers where individuals list their GCs for resale.

This is more of a PSA. I have bought from Cardcash and never had an issue.
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It was several years ago, but there were people that bought 3rd party Target cards and had their balance removed and banned from ordering on Target.com because they were fraudulent cards (probably bought with a stolen credit card). If you buy these, use them right away and in store only.
You just beat me to it!
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Well this sucks. Bought a couple but one came back as used on 1/22/2020.
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Combine that with the 5 of 50 Verizon prepaid card thats slick for me thx for sharing
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Huge warning. I didn't know to check and lost $100 after ordering a bunch of gift cards. This is very risky and downright shady even if it's not cashcards "fault". No one should expect to have money taken out of their gift cards but these are like someone has a string on the card and are ready to pull. My fair warning. Don't get burned and expect to check and call.
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Buy a card from Target and load it to your Target account. Merge the balance from these discount cards to your new Target card (make this your primary) Now you shouldn't have to worry about 45 day window (only you know PIN on the primary)
Rep this newbie for the great tip
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Huge warning. I didn't know to check and lost $100 after ordering a bunch of gift cards. This is very risky and downright shady even if it's not cashcards "fault". No one should expect to have money taken out of their gift cards but these are like someone has a string on the card and are ready to pull. My fair warning. Don't get burned and expect to check and call.
I am so sorry that that happened to you, and I can certainly appreciate how much that stings. However that happening is not specific to Cardcash, but would happen with any gift card reseller. I have had several hundred disappear from a different (not cardcash) gift card reseller, but I was aware of how it worked and was able to recover those funds.

In my experience, Cardcash is by far the most responsive if there ever were an issue (I use the email route). They once refunded me on Christmas eve, and to this date I think it was the fault of the merchant, not Cardcash. The only other time I had an issue was AMC cards. When I checked the balance online it said zero. When I went to AMC and asked them if there was a balance on it, they said yes and redeemed it. So in that instance, it was the online balance checker that was faulty Frown

To me, as long as you are "in the know" of what you are purchasing, it is a great tool to save money- esp when you stack with coupons. I definitely use them, a lot (from my order history) : http://vvcap.com/w1dBuR30G
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Well this sucks. Bought a couple but one came back as used on 1/22/2020.
Contact them via the email in OP, you are within the warranty period. They are very responsive.
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I once bought 4 $25 target gift cards from them at 10% off, and one of them had a zero balance. I contacted their customer service, gave all the information and refund was never issued. After waiting two weeks, I started a resolution with Paypal and then they credited my money back.
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Just bought three and combined them with my existing GC at Target to drain the new card numbers.

Worked 3 for 3! Thanks op!
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I bought two $25 cards a few minutes ago, received the information in an email and just added them to my Target app. Worked flawlessly. Paid with PayPal. Credit Card companies are looking for any excuse to flag fraud these days.
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Bought 300 worth and combined online. Thank you!
Check your balance..lol.. most of gift cards listed are by fraud
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