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February 13, 2018, 07:59:53 PM
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I spent $1,500(in btc) on Coincards.ca.

650 on online amazon.ca which was delivered a couple hours later.
the remaining $850 was to be sent to me by mail. (one order for $500 and a seperate one for $350)

I received an envelope for the $350 with nothing but an invoice, untampered as well.

The customer service is saying that they triple checked before sending out and it is no longer their responsibility.
Yes I'm dumb for not spending a couple extra bucks on tracked shipping but the reviews on here and their site seemed legitimate enough that people were receiving their purchases.

 I'm amazed at the lack of effort in trying to find a resolution for this issue.

There is no proof of purchase that can be traced back to the cards so that i may have some sort of recourse with the card supplier, nothing, nada, ZIP.

I'm going to wait to see it the next envelope actually has something in it(probably wont that was my first order and the one that arrived empty was the following day.).

What would you suggest i do?

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February 13, 2018, 08:02:23 PM
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just wait and hope the second card comes through. You really need to get tracked shipping for these things, otherwise it will just get sent via lettermail. AFAIK coincards.ca is legitimate, probably the most reliable gift cards seller for crypto available.

I really don't think they would bamboozle you like that so I wouldn't doubt it that it just got stolen or lost in the mail if the card does not end up arriving.
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February 13, 2018, 08:42:30 PM
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I spent $1,500(in btc) on Coincards.ca.

650 on online amazon.ca which was delivered a couple hours later.
the remaining $850 was to be sent to me by mail. (one order for $500 and a seperate one for $350)

I received an envelope for the $350 with nothing but an invoice, untampered as well.

The customer service is saying that they triple checked before sending out and it is no longer their responsibility.
Yes I'm dumb for not spending a couple extra bucks on tracked shipping but the reviews on here and their site seemed legitimate enough that people were receiving their purchases.

 I'm amazed at the lack of effort in trying to find a resolution for this issue.

There is no proof of purchase that can be traced back to the cards so that i may have some sort of recourse with the card supplier, nothing, nada, ZIP.

I'm going to wait to see it the next envelope actually has something in it(probably wont that was my first order and the one that arrived empty was the following day.).

What would you suggest i do?

Thanks,
D

It seems you have multiple threads running about the same issue.

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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=719516.msg30234280#msg30234280
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