Greg responded to Ca
This card was, at the latest, issued in the middle of 2009. We changed our terms and conditions to not go dormant at that time. We have, as a company, ALWAYS reissued these cards however. Please call us back and we will be glad to take care of you. I apologize for the mis-information you were given.
by Gary on Feb 17, 2012
Gift Card rip off
If you have six gift cards and you wont to by one big thing with your cards
Harbor Fright will tell You, You can only use only three at a time !!
Or two with Cash ! And that is Bull%$#@
I think they do this so You will spend your cards on little cheep crap !
I sent an E-Mail to harbor fright with this problem and they told Me
We may be able to devalue the cards, and offer a new card for one total amount of all cards combined?
What a load of crap People Buy the Gift card so you can Buy The thing you need
And then harbor fright tells You , You can only use three at a time ??
So what in the Hell is the big deal Harbor fright???
by Barry on Sep 3, 2011
I checked my card and there was an inactivity fee after 12 months. New Jersey law requires 24 months before an inactivity fee is charged. I called and the CSR said that although I walked into a TD Bank in New Jersey and purchased the card, the card was maufactured (his words) in Maine, so New Jersey law does not apply, Federal law applies. He would not credit the $2.50 fee back. What a joke! How many TD Bank cards am I going to buy and give to my employees now? ZERO!
by Vivian on Jan 11, 2012
Tried to use a $10 gift card at the Sonic Drive-in in Murrieta, CA for a $14.70 purchase. I tried to pay with the $10 gift card and a $5 bill. The clerk said she could not take two forms of payment for the transaction otherwise her draw would show as short. She told me my option was to pay with cash for the entire purchase, but I decided in order to use the gift card, I would remove some items from my order so that the entire purchase did not exceed $10. I still have just under $1 on the gift card. The clerk said she could not give the remaining balance in cash; it must go back on the gift card. The clerk said it was a company policy that came from corporate. I could not believe what she was telling me, and will investigate further! If I find that this is indeed a corporate policy, I will forward a complaint to state and federal agencies. I figure that if 100,000 individuals across the U.S. have a remaining balance of, let's say, 75 cents on their gift cards, that's $75,000 that Sonic is stealing from customers. The practice is illegal!
by Jane Hladky on Jan 1, 2014
This card is a Rip OFF !!
I was given a gift card which has a date of expiration on it for Sept 2017. I call today to activate the card and am told because I did not activate it in a 'timely manner' the card is now Closed and there are no funds available!! My arguement is that the amount purchased for the gift card is 'attached' to This Specific Gift Card # and until I 'Activate' it- it should not have a monthly fee deducted. Once the card is 'Activated' I can understand that there may be a monthly fee deducted for non use. But to deduct a monthly fee when the card has never been activated is beyond comprehension. I think Regions Bank needs to honor the gift card for the original amount. I was told because I didn't remember the original amount they could not ' help' me. Obviously the customer service rep had that information in front of him but was unwilling to make the situation right for a consumer. That's just poor business to me and I am thoroughly aggrevated, frustrated and unhappy with Regions Bank. If they wish to rectify the situation- I will expect an e-mail from their corporate offices informing me I can contact them and they will honor my card. If not- I would suggest not to do any business with Regions Bank.