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|OUR RETURN POLICY: Once the PIN number is delivered to the customer, the sale is final. The PIN cannot be returned. If you have a problem with the connection or the charges, call the customer service number on the PIN delivery email or on the back of Card. If you lost your PIN number, email us and we will give it to you again. BestRatesLD.com/Cyber Scans TeleCom doesn't have control over the connection and the rates of the phone cards we sell. We do our best to offer the cards with the best rates for the countries our customers use most. We do not manufacture the cards, we only resell them.|
|Card Usage: All PrePaid Cards are for calls originating from USA Contiguous 48 states only. Local, state, and federal mandated taxes and fees may apply. For calls from Alaska, Hawaii and from other countries, Click here!|
|Order Delivery: Phone card orders are processed and pins emailed all during each day beginning at 8:30AM up until 12:00PM CST (Texas time). Orders are processed on a "first in first out" basis. Turn-around time is normally 10-15 minutes. During peak periods it could take as much as 3 hours. Orders received after 12:PM CST (Texas time), are processed and emailed the next morning. These are not an Instant pin. Each order manually screened to prevent credit card fraud.|
|Phone Card Rates, as with all long distance products, are subject to change without notice. 1ez-phonecards.com/BestRatesLD.com/Cyber Scans TeleCom doesn't have control over the connection and the rates of the phone cards we sell. We do our best to offer the cards with the best rates for the countries our customers call. We do not manufacture the cards, we only resell them. The provider is not responsible for lost or stolen cards. This card has no cash value. Do not return to retailer for refund.|
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Connection (Surcharge) Charge of 49¢ and a long duration call fee
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FCC rules, all calls made from a payphone are subject to a 65 Cents surcharge.
A weekly maintenance fee of $0.99 applies after first use. Cards expires
6 months after first use. The provider is not responsible for lost or stolen
cards. This card has no cash value. Do not return to retailer for
TransCall Phone Card Expires 180 days after first use. Rates subject to change without further notice. Posted minutes based on one time usage before fees. Per FCC rules, all calls made from a payphone are subject to a 69 Cents surcharge. A 59 cents maintenance charge will apply after first call and then on a bi-monthly basis. Calls to cellular phones may be charged at a higher rate. Federal, state, and local taxes may apply. The provider is not responsible for lost or stolen cards. This card has no cash value. Do not return to retailer for refund. Application of surcharges and fees has effect of reducing total minutes on card. Services are provided by carrier, subject to terms and conditions of its federal and state tariffs. Cards are not renewable.
GTA Asia Card and GTA Middle East and Africa Card - Rates good 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. Per FCC rules, all calls made from a payphone are subject to a 65 Cents surcharge. A semi-monthly maintenance fee of $0.49 applies after first use. All calls may be subject to local/regional phone company charges. Calls to cellular phones may be charged at a higher rate. Federal, state, and local taxes may apply. Above mentioned charges may affect the total number of minutes advertised. All calls are billed in 3 minute increments. Rates subject to change without notice. Cards have no cash value, are non-transferable, and non-refundable. These cards are not for emergency use. Back.
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PRE-PAID PHONE CARDS: WHAT CONSUMERS SHOULD KNOW
What Is a Pre-paid Phone Card?
A pre-paid phone card is a card you purchase (for a set price) and use to make long distance phone calls. These cards are usually sold in dollar amounts or by number of minutes.
Why Do People Buy Pre-paid Phone Cards?
Many people use a pre-paid phone card because of the cardís convenience - it can be used anywhere and, since you pay in advance, there is no bill. Pre-paid phone cards are popular among travelers, students, people who frequently call overseas, and those who havenít selected a long-distance service. In addition, pre-paid phone cards are sold in convenient places, such as newsstands, post offices, and stores.
What about International Calls?
Rates for international calls can vary dramatically, based on the country that you call or the way that you make the call. Pre-paid phone cards often offer rates that are much lower than a telephone companyís basic international rates.
How Do I Use a Pre-paid Phone Card?
A toll-free access phone number and a personal identification number (PIN) are usually printed on each phone card. To make a phone call, you dial the access number and then enter the PIN. An automated voice will ask you to enter the phone number you are trying to call, and it will tell you how much time you have left on your card. It might also give you other information/options.
Phone card companies keep track of how much of a cardís calling time is used by the cardís PIN number. You can add time to some pre-paid phone cards, and the added cost can usually be billed to a credit card. If you cannot add time to your card, you will need to buy a new one once all the time has been used. Also, pre-paid phone cards often have expiration dates. Make sure to keep track of the date your card expires so you donít lose unused minutes.
Who Makes Your Phone Card Work?
Carriers are responsible for the telephone lines that carry calls.
Resellers buy telephone minutes from the carriers.
Issuers set the card rates and provide toll-free customer service and access numbers.
Distributors sell the cards to the retailers.
Retailers sell the cards to consumers (though it is important to remember that a store may not have control over the quality of the card or the service it provides).
What Are Common Complaints about Pre-paid Phone Cards?
As pre-paid phone cards are increasing in popularity, some common complaints are becoming evident. They are:
Access numbers and/or PINs that donít work;
Service or access numbers that are always busy;
Card issuers that go out of business, leaving people with useless cards;
Cards that charge you even when your call does not go through;
Poor quality connections; and
Cards that expire without the purchaserís knowledge.
How Can I Avoid the Problems Associated with Pre-paid Phone Cards?
Make sure you understand the rates for your particular phone card. Also check the expiration date, look for a toll-free customer service number provided with or on the card, and make sure you understand the instructions on how to use the card. You may also want to ask your friends and family to recommend cards they have used and liked.
What Should I Do if My Pre-paid Phone Card Doesn't Work?
First, try calling the customer service number provided with the card. If that doesnít work, call or write your local Consumer Affairs Department or state Attorney General. (These phone numbers are often found in the blue pages of your telephone book.) You can also file a complaint or research the company through your local Better Business Bureau, or contact the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). To contact the FTC, call 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357).