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6220 Stoneridge Mall Road
United States

Phone number: +1 415 419 8787

Category: Online Shopping

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(844) 392-9673
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(415) 419-8787
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+1 415 419 8787
6220 Stoneridge Mall Road
Pleasanton , California
United States – 94588-3260
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Cardpool, Inc.
P.O. Box 630738
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Complaints & Reviews — Cardpool

11 Feb, 2021

Gift cards are empty

I bought Applebees gift cards from cardpool and they are empty.. This is fraud in every way you can call it. My money was taken for a useful gift card. These people have been selling gift cards for several years with at least one year guarantee that the card and money was good. I bought numerous cards... Read more➤
This company stole my gift card. I submitted the card to them to sell, of which they replied via email that I will received a check for $43.53. It has been over three Months. I never received any check or any form of payment. They never replied to my emails or complaints of where my $43.53 is.... Read more➤
I wasn’t able to complete the online form; I tried to go back a page after entering my gift card number, then tried contacting customer service to cancel the transaction, called and emailed repeatedly but no one ever got back to me. Usually with online forms you reach an end point where you’re able to know that... Read more➤
I called and it went straight to VM all I want to do is cancel my order of selling my card. It’s obvious they are a scam company
I have uploaded the information of 5 different gift cards totaling around $150 combined value. They are all listed as under review and I am not sure if they want me to send the actual hard copy card in and if so where the *** is the free postage they talk about and where do i send... Read more➤

Water Meters

Hello. I wanted to share a problem I encountered recently. As many know, the law on the distribution of water consumption adjustment changed this year. "Starting from 01. 01. 2017, the water consumption correction will be divided according to the number of individual properties among those apartment properties where water consumption meters have not been installed or verified, as well as those which have not submitted water consumption meter readings in time for more than 3 consecutive months.. " I noticed that my water meters had expired only in March, when I received an invoice for February. In March, this question was settled and an answer was received from the manager of Melbourne House that the recalculation given in the next invoice will no longer be included. A month later, it turned out that the "next bill" meant the next bill. Let's move on to the numbers: I live in a two-room apartment. The historical average monthly consumption is about 1m3 for hot and 1m3 for cold water. Invoices are paid regularly and without special delays. I received an invoice for January, where the calculated water consumption is 71m3 (~ 81AUD), for February 46m3 (~ 57AUD) and for March 192m3 (238AUD)! Invoices for January and February have already been paid. I have turned to the Melbourne House Manager for the March bill. There, as is customary with us in Australia, no one can do anything and no one is responsible for anything. The water shortage of the whole house is divided into several failed heads and everything, and nothing can be done. The question immediately arises, if there were not 238EUR (which is already a high enough amount of money), but, let's say, 10,000EUR? Same thing - "Sorry, but you didn't change the water meters in time"? Absurd! Where else in the business would such an attitude towards the customer be allowed, especially who has been paying bills stably and regularly for years?! At RNP, I will write an application for a review of the bill, but I doubt that will change anything. I agree that it is my fault that I have not kept track of the validity of the meters, but the penalty for doing so should certainly be within reason. At the moment it turns out that I have to overpay ~ 50 times (instead of ~ 6m3, ~ 311m3) for late meter replacement. Such penalties are not even in the harshest credit institutions! Interestingly, our public servants who pass laws also think about the consequences?! I would like to hear other people's opinions. Maybe someone has a suggestion on where to turn in this situation.

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