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This review was chosen algorithmically as the most valued customer feedback. notified me over the email about the lottery prize that I’ve won but in order to get that prize I was asked to enter my bank card details for ID verification purposes. I knew it was a scam so I want to warn all of you about those scammers.

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Feb 04, 2017 9:52 am EST

I was one of those same unlucky people who was scammed by the $300.00 card.I was brave enough to go back and tell them about it also, right at the Lenoir location..The salesman said guote"Oh I used mine and it worked just fine !" I said well maybe you got yours activated since you work here!TotalScam!

Jun 23, 2016 7:56 pm EDT
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My friend had got a gift card for shopping at the mall on line. So he gave me a gift card. I went on line so i had order sum stuff wht strange about dont say where they going to ship it to your address. so i try to find it where it can be ship to my address couldn't find i had to remove the stuff. it a scam that sad how people can do a nother person like that.

Mar 29, 2016 10:33 am EDT

Thanks for the heads up people, I got that card 4 years ago from my nearest Ford dealership. I never used the prize card they gave me and I had it sitting in my dresser, I'm just gonna throw it away then. I know car dearlerships are in the business to con and ripoff customers to sell their cars, but offering them a prize be scammed by is really pathetic.

Dec 22, 2014 11:47 pm EST

Baytown Nissan in Baytown, TX sent a flyer with a list of 4 prizes, one of which was a "$300 Gift Card" from
Several car dealers in the area have sent out a similar offer, and the prize you usually win is a $5 WalMart gift card, which can actually be spent for the gas that it took to get there. The lists Dollar store items which you don't pay for but the shipping is $9.95 plus a $5 service charge per order. Just about all the items I saw on their website can be purchased at the local stores like "The 99 cent store" and "King Dollar". The "Gift Card" is essentially worthless, and is a scam that Art Grindle would have been proud of.