Tony Tucker received a $284 Target gift card after he returned an unwanted item to his local store. Then he decided to try to sell the card on Craigslist, but that turned out to be a bad idea. Now he’s empty-handed, and he wants our help. “I tried to sell my Target gift card on Craigslist and a thief stole it!”
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? “Target won’t return my gift card credit. Their decision is “final.” Can you help?”
Have you heard of the “Grandparent Scam?” One of our readers wrote to us for help after a version of that ruse cost her more than $4,000. “A late night call from her “granddaughter” leads to a $4,000 loss”
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. “I took advantage of a gift card promotion. Then Target took advantage of me”
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. “What should we do about all of these missing gift card cases from Target?”