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- October 27, 2008 at 3:44 pm #265395
***The designs say Purchase under them, but they are Free. Whole $ amounts $15-$1000. I guess the baby one smells like baby powder, ….
Navy Federal gift cards make perfect gifts for birthdays, holidays, weddings, graduations and all other occasions!
It’s not a credit card. It’s a prepaid gift card.
Can be used anywhere Visa debit cards are accepted (Valid only in United States)
No purchase fee
Safer than cash because of Visa’s Zero Liability Policy
Can be used as soon as it’s activated
Arrives with the recipient’s name embossed on the card along with a personal note from you
Cards can by used online and by phone by registering your card. Click ‘Cardholder Sign-In’ and type in your 16 digit Gift Card number. Your initial password is the last 6 digits of your 16 digit gift card number.
Click ‘Update Profile’ and enter in the following information. Note: Only a first and last name and an address are required in order to make purchases online and by phone.
Check your balance and transaction history by clicking ‘Cardholder Sign-In’ and entering in your 16 digit gift card number and password
- October 27, 2008 at 3:58 pm #401776
Do you know if they charge a processing fee when the card is used?
- October 27, 2008 at 4:09 pm #401779
No they do not, I just received one in the mail (as a gift).
Reading the fine lines the ONLY fee is a $5 monthly Maintenance Fee, for balance not used within 12 months. So $0 fees months 1-12, month 13 is $5 and so on. I would think most would use the gift before that time.
I am spending mine (in about 1 hour) on a few packs of cigs and a bottle of wine for dinner.
- October 28, 2008 at 7:04 pm #401811
these aren’t actually free cards are they?just means no extra fee for purchasing , right?of course it would be nice to get a free card worth a $1000.00..lol..doesn’t hurt to dream 😉
- October 28, 2008 at 8:04 pm #401821
This is neat thanks for letting us know !!!
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