Saturday, September 10, 2016

Cardpool Gift Card Exchange Review

For a long time I had been holding on to a $25 Starbucks gift card. A gift card I know I would never use since I don't like the Starbucks atmosphere. So I was at a loss on what to do with it. Thankfully online I found Cardpool. They buy, sell, and trade gift cards. 

They can give you a check for your gift card or trade you for a gift card. I chose to trade for an Amazon e-gift card. Since I wanted to get it as fast as possible. I went with the option of sending the information of my gift card online and that's all it took. They will sell the gift card for less and at a profit.

Later I received an email notification of my transaction and that in 1 day I would receive my $17.76 e-gift card.

They take about $7 or $8 for these trades but they are handling all the inconveniences for you. And since this is a service I wanted to say that I did encounter an issue with Cardpool. 

I did not get my Amazon e-gift card in 1 day as stated so after 4 days of waiting I then contacted them. They explained the cause, a system failure, and I eventually got my Amazon gift card claim code. So everything worked out in the end.

Do I still recommend it? Yes, I do.

If interested in using Cardpool use my referral: My Cardpool Referral link

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A blogger at Book & Movie Dimension a Blog for years. I Cassandra pride myself on finding the next hottest thing in Entertainment wherever it may hide: books, movies, music, you name it. Huge reader and anime watcher.

One final thing: both serious and a jokester. I know confusing.

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