FREE $5 Credit Towards Gift Cards At Raise.com

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FREE $5 Credit Towards Gift Cards At Raise.com

Get discounted gift cards from big brands like Walmart, Home Depot, Starbucks or Target. If you are a new member you’ll get $5 credit for signing up.

Update: If you order from them more than once you’ll have to verify your email/phone number a second time using a unique code, verify purchases by calling them (they don’t call you like Cardpool does), on the said phone call they will ask you questions about your social security number, where you lived and other personal information from public records. And then they finally ask that you send them a copy of your ID. I understand fraud is a problem but 3 separate methods of verification is a little much for a $10 gift card. Just be aware of that if you intend to use them for a long period of time. Personally, this was to much for me because they went well beyond what my online bank requires to buy a $10 gift card to giveaway on this site.

In short, this company really makes it excessive to redeem gift cards and to top it all off: the customer support was rude, I’ll stick with Cardpool. Just goes to show you that a $87.2 million dollar backing doesn’t make any company “good”, they have to fight for it every day and they lost this time.

-John ‘Samples’ Clark

How to get free $5 credit:

  1. Visit the companies website by clicking “Get This Offer (External Website)”
  2. Sign up for an account, and be sure to enter a valid email and phone number.
  3. Confirm your email or phone number to create your account and get your $5 credit towards a gift card purchase. You can invite friends to get more $5 credits too!

* Valid email and phone number required to sign up.

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by on June 1st, 2016