Alright, just now I went on Target.com with my gift card worth $40. I really wanted to preorder this video game called Halo: Reach but it is worth $60. I added it to my cart and went to checkout. All ...
There is so many different theater screens in USA. I am sure there is scam and thief who own movie house. Just wondering if they commit a sale fraud? I mean I never heard of that kind of fraud from ...
You agreed to pay a fee to get a prepaid card. Only you know if there was value to that. You also agreed to be bound by the rules of the card. One of them outlines how to register the card if you want to use it on the internet. Not all allow internet usage.
Read up on what you buy before you buy and you won't be disappointed.
That card is not a real credit card and there is no credit card company behind it losing a wink of sleep over it.
The fee is what you paid the merchant... because they don't do anything for free of course.
$25 is on the card and $6.30 is what it cost to get it done.
The card does not work because you a) need to activate it or b) need to register it in your name and address before it works online.
For both scenarios: Turn the card over and call the 1-800 number on the back. Now you are talking to a service rep. that is responsible to help you make this card work.
Don't bother taking it back to the store... they no longer deal with any problems that card may have.
Credit card companies are engaged in fraudulent activities, the ftc is aware of it and does little to nothing to curtail their activities. Identity theft is a smoke screen to use if they get caught. Your are being assaulted from all sides by criminals using some trumped up jargon to keep you a slave to the man. They own you and there is nothing you can do.