Greg responded to Rudy Pittman
The cards never expire and have no fees. Bass Pro Shops has a great selection of outdoor gear for everybody in the family. What's not to love? An old policy said that after two years of inactivity the cards would go inactive (NOT expire), but holders of cards such as this can simply call the number on the back of the card or take the card to one of our retail locations to have a new card issued in place of the inactive card.
by Lily on Dec 24, 2013
The theatre I live near gave me two free tickets out of kindness. Still no communication with the main office though about the gift card i bought online.
Suggestion: If you want a gift card from this company, go to the theatre and buy one instead of trying to get one online.
by Janik on Jan 5, 2014
Can't use the gift card
I just received a Wal Mart Visa Gift card in the amount of $25. I registered it online, and verified that it had a balance of $25. However, it was declined everywhere I tried to use it.
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 Michelle on Oct 23, 2012
TD Bank Scams folks of their gift!
My 16 yr-old just ran down from her room screaming with excitement, finding her bag of lost Christmas gift cards from 2010. One happened to be from Pop-pop & Gramma, issued by TD. Not recalling if she used any portion of them we logged in to find, 1) The card was never used 2) registered to my dad but addressed in ME (we're in NJ, ME is where TD location). 3) did have an insert in the envelope of the tiniest Terms & Conds. Which stated ME issued cards carry a 2.50 monthly fee after 365 days, whereas, NJ issued cards are charged the same monthly fee but after 24 months 4) half her balance was used up bc of the wrong location on the registration. CS line consists of interns or middle school aged kids...none of which, including the "claimed only manager" who stated he reports to no1? Wow some job! 4 calls & all different excuses...when asked to state the fees related & to which state they apply, got nothing but air. Manager, went as far to claim he is the only 1 with access to the date of issue, as previous rep#1 only can go back 12months, rep2 can't access issue date, & rep3 showed account closed, said card was depleted. However, humorous...mgr gave a solid issue date 1st as 2009, then Jan 2009, then Dec 2009, as I continued to argue his claim the 365 days had passed...but card fees started in 11/11, which didn't support his claim. Finally asked him to "Please humor me & count 13 months from Dec 2009. His response, nothing they can do. So I asked for his info, Cary empl #5051, but refused to provide an office location or even state.
I def will take this to bbb, but save yourself the headache or heartbreak of gift loss & get the Vanilla Visa Gift Card, good for 4yrs & fee clock starts with 1st purchase. & have awesome CS.