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I was cleaning my apartment and came across a bunch of old plastic CVS bags within CVS bags. Hmmm……… I open the bags and there are some Vanilla Reload cards with their matching CVS receipts. Wow, a blast from the past. I assumed they were used VR cards as I always saved them. I then turned the cards over and I was puzzled. Something wasn’t right.
Could it be? Holy Vanilla Reload!! These were Vanilla Reload cards that I hadn’t loaded yet. They were unscratched! I really must have hid them well, as I have no memory of this. The receipts are from early 2014. I tested one of the cards on the Vanilla Reload website, and learned there was indeed $500 on that card.
This is rather hysterical, but it also is rather good evidence that I shouldn’t be messing with manufactured spend. And that I probably should clean my apartment more often.
So, the question is … what do I do with them now? (No, I’m not giving them to you). Can I still reload them to a card, or must I ask Vanilla Reload for a refund?
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