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11/1/18 logged in then an Amazon spin popped up. No way to get it off the screen. It claims I won thousand dollar Amazon card. I don't want gift card. But it won't delete off screen. I try to log in it pops up. Been member since 2009..
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Anonymous
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I am dealing with the same problem I can not log in or log out Facebook and my gmail account says it's not safe it showing they are not in the United States this is what showing for mocospace I never applied to any amazon primerusa this showing in Africa mocospace needs to do something about security

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#1392625 Review #1392625 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Amazon Gift Card
Amazon Gift Card Review from Los Angeles, California
I intended to purchase three Amazon Gift Cards for $60 each for three upcoming children's birthday parties. I wrongly purchased three Amazon Instant Video Gift Cards for $60 each instead. They were purchased at Ralph's Supermarket in Agoura Hills on Saturday, April...
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Anonymous
#1159886

I may be mistaken, but I believe if you add them to your account they add to the normal Amazon gift card balance.

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#831889 Review #831889 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Amazon Gift Card
Reason of review
Order processing issue

Closed my account on one damaged dvd set over their A-Z claim that I filed with jpg images included to the seller and amazon buyers email address too

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Amazon does NOT respect buyers at all either, I have had this problem happen to me as an buyer on amazon, I am happy that their no longer targeting whole families but still I don't like this type of drama that amazon has picked to use, when they don't agree with you about an A-Z claim, and close your account because of it, even if you sent them an bunch of jpg images showing that the product was damaged from the 3rd party seller had sent you. also note I wish bing.com removes their amazon gift cards, I don't think they should support them anymore, I wish they would provide gift cards for book places like barnes and noble instead of amazon, or somewhere the buyer doesn't have to be afraid of the online store closing their account and acess to the gift cards that they earn by doing web searches for months at a time etc.. I hope you get my point here. as an buyer and student buying books I had this problem while using their A-Z claims about gift card from bing.com sources, also not sure but I think they broke some califonia law on gift cards not sure, and again I don't plan on using amazon.com anymore myself, since I don't want them to cause my family any more problems then they have done so by this message to me, afterwards they reply with an different message and different subject back to me on this topic of closing my account, the item which got it closed was an used dvd set that had came damaged, that one item made it pass their A-Z claims limit I guess I was never awere their was an limit untl I got the message below at this point its too late, if they did break California law someone else needs to go after them for it, since I don't like this kind of drama, nor problems from the one item that clearly I will not see an refund to my gift balance since they closed my account, also note I am an learning disabled student that they sent this message to. my learning problems are in English and math subjects if your wondering about that. Your Amazon.com account has been closed Hello, We have closed this account because you have filed A-to-Z Guarantee claims on an unusually large number of your orders. While we expect the occasional problem with an order, such large numbers of claims can suggest that customers are misusing our A-to-z Guarantee. If you had open orders on this account, those orders were canceled when we closed the account. Any digital content you purchased with this account is still available to you. To access the content, click the “Manage Your Content and Devices” link on the Your Account menu on Amazon.com (www.amazon.com/manageyourkindle). If you would like to appeal this decision, please reply to this email to reach an Account Specialist. Our Customer Service team can only confirm that we sent this message and help you with technical issues. They cannot reverse this decision or share more details on this matter. Sincerely, Account Specialist Amazon.com
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#803957 Review #803957 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Amazon Gift Card
Pros
  • Ease of purchasing
  • Easy access to gift cards from bing
Cons
  • Unethical practices
  • Not happy with their actions
  • Account specilists are bots it seems
Reason of review
Damaged or defective

Amazon Gift Card Review

With 3 amazon $100 cards for my kids- xmas, i was told they had to scan my id for the purchase. No employee new why and none could tell me how long it would be stored. I was paying cash. Im outraged, and will not go back ever to Walgreens.
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#747509 Review #747509 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Amazon Gift Card
Reason of review
Poor customer service
When my daughter rented a book from Amazon it was with an email that I no longer use for anything important. I didn't realize there was a rental book due. They charged my credit card $259, 3 times the cost of a used book. Amazon will not do anything after several...
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MattD78
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If the book isn't returned at the end of the 15 day extension, you'll be charged the purchase price (minus any rental fees and/or late charges you've already paid).

Disputing the charge because of this likely will not do much. The credit card company may credit the amount if they feel that is warranted, however given the information above which is available on Amazon, Amazon will likely simply respond back to the credit card company which they have 30 days to do and tell them you were informed if the book was not returned you would be charged and at that point the credit card company will likely replace the charge on the card.

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#505365 Review #505365 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Amazon Gift Card
Loss
$259