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Target says a small percentage of the gift cards it sold won't work properly — more bad news following on the heels of a security breach affecting some 40 million credit and debit cards.
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December 31, 2013 The country's third-largest retailer, already smarting from a major breach of its customers' credit and debit card data, now says a small percentage of the gift cards it sold may not work properly.
December 29, 2011 Our post-Christmas post about the estimated $41 billion worth of gift cards that haven't been redeemed since 2005 seemed to strike a chord. Here's another idea about what to do if you've got cards just sitting around.
A gift card display at a Target store in Mayfield Hts., Ohio., last month.
December 27, 2011 They're enormously popular — an estimated $27.8 billion worth have been given this holiday season. But many also never get fully used. What to do? Swap them. Regift them. Invest them. Or, perhaps, give them to charity.
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December 24, 2009 By John Asante
'Twas the end of the holiday season, and all through the shops,
Neither a gadget or sweater looked appealing, not even for Pops.
You search and you seek for that gift — the perfect holiday treat,
Until you spend four hours in the ...
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