According to the Walmart website,
"Electronic and plastic Gift Cards: Not returnable or refundable for cash, except in states where required by law. "
For California, under $10 can be cashed out. Not sure about the other states. Need to call Walmart or Google the policy for your state.
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All you can really do is buy the cheapest item in the store an hope you can get cash back. But the Corporations are not stupid... they usually just keep the balance on the card. It's a big scam on the people.
Don't buy them.
Walmart will not give you back the cash for the card, it say's on the card package and the reciept no refund. You have to purchase something with it. And I would suggest trying to spend actually what's on the card or a little over it to make sure you use all the money you put on it. Then if you don't want to use the card anymore you can throw it away. If you want to continue using the card you can re-load it, putting any amount of money on it that you want. But, it will cost you the price of the card again plus the amount money you want on the card.
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by sblam 9 years ago
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by matts 123123 10 years ago
need a refund on gift card i need a refund from a gift card that was won by me
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by tobey100 9 years ago
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Has anyone traveled to Angola? Was it difficult to obtain a Visa?
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