by Lou on Jun 9, 2012
After buying this card I went to Travelocity and then found out you have to used a limited gift card wedsite. The hotel I was booking was not listed on that websight. I needed to change my beds from a king to two kings and called Travelocity after my call went to India I was told if you use a Travelocity card you cannot Chang a thing without paying 100 fee. So I wouldn't use these cards or you could get stuck.
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 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.
by Charlespaugh on Nov 28, 2010
There appears to be little trust by Taco Bell management of employees to sell company gift cards.
When I purchased my $10 card today as part of a holiday sales promotion, a manager had to come to the register, approve the sale, go to a safe, unlock the safe, remove a zero value card, apply a $10 balance to the card on a SEPARATE register, then the card was given to the salesperson to hand to me.
I was a bit put-off by the lack of trust shown to employees and the considerable delay it took the manager to provide me with a $10 gift card.
by Az Granny on Nov 27, 2010
We bought a $100 Gift2Go Visa at Walgreens, when they sold their gift cards at the register. Shortly after our purchase we discovered the card had a zero balance although we had not used the card nor had it been out of our possession. We filed a claim January 2009, with Gift2Go and were promised they would refund our $100. They mailed a claim form which we returned and that was the last contact they initiated. We have called numerous times, all to no avail. Each customer service rep tells us something different, not one of them will transfer us to a supervisor. The last person we spoke with said we'd have to send an email through the contact form on their website. We received no response from that either.
What we do know is that somebody in another state somehow used the same card numbers to rent a car which we retained the card in our possession. How they rented without having the physical card in hand was a mystery, just as it was a mystery why Gift2Go wouldn't follow up.
Needless to say, I was NOT surprised when I looked at the New Jersey Better Business Bureau report for Gift2Go. Hundreds of complaints, no responses, no resolutions.
Avoid this company like the plague!