by Marketa on Jan 19, 2012
It would be good card if:
cashier could tell you balance left on the card
if you could find card balance on Internet.
The problem is, if you want to pay by register with remaining balance, you have to know exact amount. The cashier cannot tell you how much you have left on the card, so you cannot really use it when you want. Cashier advises you to check for remaining balance an Internet. But no matter how much time I spent on it, there is no info about A&P gift card balance. In this scenario is the best to spend all value at once. But as a single person, I don't spend as much money for one single shopping and spending $50 card value is for me quite high.
by Rebecca on Jan 30, 2012
Gift Card Lab has the best customizable features out there. Easy to use, the customer service team walks you through any problems that arise and they're in the office longer than the 9-5 places so you don't have to use your lunch period to get a hold of them.
The 5.95 purchase fee includes shipping and a personalized greeting card which ends up being less expensive than an equivalent product elsewhere. It's safer than buying a card in the store since card numbers are kept locked up where thieves can't make fake copies and steal the funds as soon as the cards are activated at a POS station.
by Joseph on May 31, 2012
I ordered a visa gift card with a photo of my friend on it for her birthday. When I received the card it looked great, but I noticed that I made a huge mistake and spelled her last name wrong on the card. I emailed to see if anything could be done and the owner of the company actually replied to me at 10pm at night and said he'd have it taken care of. I had a new card in hand within 4 days at no extra charge. I love to see when a business owner goes above and beyond to take care of their customers.
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 Waterfall on Nov 28, 2010
My daughters get this card for $100 every year for Christmas from an uncle and it expires at the end of the year. They are very careful with their money and sometimes forget to spend it. I would rather pay the $5 Inactivity fee but the bank takes anything left on the card, usually the entire $100.