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I purchased a Vanilla Visa from Walgreens, loaded $50 on the card, paid A $5.95 activation fee, paid another $6 to send it to California. In a secure envelope.

The money was already gone the 2nd day before he ever received the card.. I contacted Walgreens where I bought it, I contacted Walgreens Corporate...I called customer service on the back of the card twice!!! I looked up the company that services the Vanilla Visa card... And nothing!!!!!

All I got was a pass the buck response! This is internet theft across state lines. The perpetrator lives in Washington state and loaded the money into an Amazon account. How did he do this?

And I would think he could be traced and caught. How did he get the information ... Wouldn't this be secure information?

Don't buy a Vanilla Visa people... I'm putting this on Facebook and contacting the newspaper and some TV stations to see about a story of consumer beware this Holiday Season!

Product or Service Mentioned: Vanilla Visa Prepaid Card.

Reason of review: Theft.

Monetary Loss: $55.

Preferred solution: Full refund.

I didn't like: Customer service reps helpless.

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try oh yeah it goes straight to the head offices of every complainant giving them the opportunity to fix before proceeding to higher consequences securities fraud. i am currently on a 29.00 loss, i only use it in person and then after unauthorized transaction from someone on a Fb company page.

bogus email. bogus google services recording after calling listed number , and all the information i have on transaction came from my vanilla gift card website to check your balance. some random company TESHUA Prints got my c.c. #s somehow.

like they knew them in advance as in someone at vanilla visa scamming people recording for business # listed and no reply to continual round the clock hate emails to their email address.what the *** i will drive to the address next and get my 29 dollars in person. or else it might mysteriously disappear.


It sounds like your trying to scam vanilla Visa out of money


I don't like those cards - they are fraught with issues. Sounds similar to a few stories I've heard that the cashier took the numbers and gave them to a friend elsewhere and then they have your card unloaded.

I think that is traceable, but I would ask for the CS supervisor if they are still giving you the runaround.

And keep going until you get it resolved. That's $60+!

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