When Joanna Lee’s Target gift card is suddenly worthless, is there any way to recover the missing money? Perhaps.
Recently, we have received a steady stream of complaints about Target gift cards and missing balances. We are happy to report that we have been able to successfully advocate most of these cases. So when we received Tony Tucker’s request for help we thought we might be able to assist, until we read his entire story.
Denny Eaplin loses $184 in Target gift card credit when someone else redeems it in a different state. The company won’t return the money. Is there any hope for him?
It sounds like the next verse of the same song: Muhajirah Payne purchased a gift card from Target online — only to find out from the recipient that the card wasn’t usable. Our advocates have been hearing versions of this story quite frequently – and wondering why Target won’t stand behind its gift cards.
Hey Target, what’s going on with your gift cards?
I’m asking for customers like Kathie Nguyen. There’s a whole group of them out there, I suspect. I know because I’ve heard from them, and I know you’ve heard from them.
Where’s the $100 Robert Ebberson just deposited into his Target.com account? It’s gone and no one will help him retrieve it. Will he have to eat the loss?
Gift cards are among the most popular presents, because of their “convenience.” They’re small, easily transferable, and simple to send to friends and family. But they stop being “convenient” when their issuers refuse to honor them or when the funds are stolen, as Melissa Taylor discovered.
A suspected data breach on three Target gift cards prompts a shopper to contact us for help. But then he remembers something else he saw on our site.
The question from Sooraj Chokkalingam had a familiar ring to it. There were gift cards that had suddenly lost their value. There were hundreds of dollars at stake. I was his last hope.
What happened to Barry Frankel?
He’d accumulated $544 in Target gift cards and decided to finally redeem them at a store. “The money was gone,” he says.
When Kevin Williams’ delivery goes missing, he asks Target for a refund. Is that fair?
Has anyone heard from Target lately? We sure haven’t. And neither has Nathan Macaluso. He’s been searching for someone, anyone, at Target who can help with a perplexing, and worrisome, situation. Hearing only echoes, he’s turned to us.
Target.com doesn’t work in South Korea, and that’s a problem for Sean Bamrick, who is stationed there with his family. Can I help him unblock it?
Ben Blout thinks Target will price-match his holiday merchandise. Target has other ideas. Who is right?
The camera Tristan Caulfield and his wife bought at Target for their honeymoon doesn’t work, but the retailer is giving the couple a runaround in their effort to get it fixed. Is this camera a lost cause?
The Target gift card Robert Brown ordered for his grandson is missing in action, and the store isn’t saying when it will send the scrip. Can anyone help him find it?