Is Thoughtful Gift Cards a Scam From a 84199 Zip Code?
The receipt has a discount listed as GRPON 5% OFF, but I can't find this company anywhere on Groupon plus Groupon doesn't do low discounts like that
All five gift cards are for websites with no physical store and very specific products: car seat canopies ( canopycoture.com for $50), pregnancy pillows ( pregnancypillow.com for $50), nursing covers ( uddercovers.com for $35), fur hats ( eskimokids.com for $35, this one may have physical locations), shoes ( littlewanderers.com for $60)
These arrived in a greeting card with a handwritten note in sharpie, which simply said "So excited for you! I hope you like these" and signed "Jenny Ben" with a heart. I checked with the only Jennifer I know who might have $200 cash to drop and this isn't from her.
The card also included coupons that look like they've been cut from a magazine or paper, pertaining to pregnancy etc -There is, of course, no return address listed
I really don't know anyone at all in Utah. I don't know anyone named Jen who would spend $200 on me. And I hope I don't know anyone who would spend $200 on specific, overpriced products instead of just giving me a gift card to a real store or asking for my registry. Even if that bundle was supposedly 5% off. All I can think is it's a scam to get credit card information. For example, those pregnancy pillows start at $80 and I think I would have to pay the difference, but it seems weird to include five physical gift cards and some random coupons.
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