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Re: 50% off coupon code Looks like you're selling a 30% off coupon...not a 50% off coupon. The shoe you show is already marked down 30% without a coupon.
April 26, 2018, 10:49:07 AM
Re: Alaska Companion Fare Code Just closed a deal with @dp_den

was a smooth transaction and was great working with him

June 03, 2018, 10:35:25 PM
Re: Best Buy Gift cards
Anyone have experience buying from "giftcardwiki"?
It's a large reputable site, but I wasn't aware they sell direct to customers, link?

Selling bestbuy 250$,75$
Looking 90% PayPal
Buyer beware, a lot of Amazon cards he sold went bad (see Amazon thread),  now he's branching out

February 21, 2019, 01:46:44 PM
Re: Airline Gift Cards And Vouchers Master Thread I was the first to post a warning about @Isma05 several months ago and asked the moderators to ban him before more damage is done to other members. I have no idea why does anyone purchase from him. The reason he says use cards immediately is these cards are purchased with stolen credit card numbers , or they hack hotel or mileage accounts and purchase gift cards with them. By the way, a while back my Radisson Rewards account was hacked, over a million points were used to purchase Amazon GCs.  Radisson did refund my points.

March 09, 2019, 01:54:01 AM
Re: Looking to buy amazon gift cards at a discount. At least 5%. Nothing much can we do to block people trying to commit the fraud - blocking single IP is a waste of effort, I can bypass such a block in 5 minutes, so could fraudsters.
The only possible thing is to make forum buy/sell forum invite-only, but that defeats the growth

Some buyer's due diligence and common sense will do miracles:
1. Be careful with new sellers, request references and/or receipts
2. Be careful with super low prices, remember - fraudster works off near zero cost basis, so he will undercut any legit sellers
3. Report serious problems immediately to community and mods
4. Remember even reputable sellers might have mistyped PIN/card # or not properly activated card, if it's a single or rare occurrence and addressed immediately we're still good.

March 19, 2019, 10:33:50 PM
Re: Looking to buy amazon gift cards at a discount. At least 5%.
Can someone vouch for me, buyer is looking a reference before trading?
I had dealt with @dp_den for one transaction a month or so ago and all went well.

April 15, 2019, 05:40:10 PM
Re: Splitting AMEX Plat
Can anyone let me know how this works? As adding au AU and keeping it for more than 60 days, it would require to put the SSN on the file.
Correct the card holder (The new AU) can call himself and add the social security number.

September 04, 2019, 12:42:33 AM
Re: Marriott gift card Thank you for the fast and smooth transaction @dp_den
January 26, 2020, 01:06:44 AM
Re: AT&T Amex offers for sale
I am interested in buying AT&T Fiber offer for internet at 50%. Please PM me. Offer ends tomorrow.


Thanks everyone who responded for this. Unfortunately ATT is not letting us make more payments once we have a credit balance of $300+. So unable to accept any more offers. Thanks a lot for your interest.

February 06, 2020, 06:53:10 PM
Re: Marriott gift card Purchased Marriott three gifts from dp_den.
Transaction went smooth and GC's went sent in a timely manner. Great member to work with!

February 15, 2020, 01:39:11 PM
Re: Marriott Certs Sale
-1 IIRC rates are within 550-650 range
you donít remember correctly

February 16, 2020, 01:57:29 PM
Re: Marriott Certs Sale
you donít remember correctly
my bad got confused with old 5 new 4

February 16, 2020, 04:08:00 PM
Re: Marriott Certs Sale

You can PM me for specific details if you have transacted with him or if it is relevant to you.
Its not relevant to me but I dont think its good to throw shade on a longstanding member without telling he story. If there is an issue it should be in Public so he can defend himself. It seems like he does a lot of business here.....

February 25, 2020, 06:07:43 PM
Re: Marriott Certs Sale
@letav_aved thank you for allowing me to re explain our policy for others to see. I am all abt transparency. I am really sorry to post this here, are you sure you want to bring this here?

@letav_aved  contacted me last night to cancel a stay due to corna virus. We typically charge $75 to make changes, I offered to waive the fee and rebook him anywhere before the cert expires 11/27/2021.

@letav wanted a refund that second. 
Thiis isn't our first run in with @letav_aved
He booked in past, didnt pay and then requested to cancel. Which makes me wonder if he is cancelling for the reason he stated. He uses multiple aliases and was extremely aggressive when asking him why he wouldn't communicate and purchase directly. We work very hard to build a level of trust and offer good service to people that actually book with us.
As much id love just to book and cancel for free most people can understand we arent a massive company. Have we refunded people? Sure. Threatening me for not responding within an hour doesnt really help either.

Again, I am really sorry to have to post this here but  with his aggressive & threatening behavior I am sure that this behavior isn't unique just to us @letav_aved ?
I am happy to share screen shots of our communication to anyone who requests it.

I, and I'm sure many others, can vouch for @leeboy . The transaction I had with him was phenomenal from start to finish.

The transaction I had with @letav_aved was awful from nearly the beginning to the DRAGGED OUT end of the deal. I would never deal with him/her again.

It's pretty easy to decide who is more trustworthy in this case...

February 26, 2020, 01:45:02 AM
Re: Marriott Certs Sale Here is a little bit of a detailed wiki I wrote up on how these work and why 30 days can be issue.
Hope this helps some people here


1.   Marriott certificates can be used for any reservation that can be booked with points. To search for reward availability simply go to and check the box to search "using points".
Marriott hotels are divided into categories. (Cheapest being category one)

Which room types can you book?
You can book any STANDARD room that's available at using reward points with no cap on the number of points. (standard room means it not an upgraded room. Every hotel lists their rooms differently, In some hotels, the standard room may even include suites)
To check, go to and search for rooms. Make sure to check the option "Use Points/Certificates".

If it says:
Redemption - You can book that room no matter how many points it is
Redemption with Cash Upgrade - You can book however, the cert will cover the basic portion you will need to pay the additional cash upgrade fee.
Redemption with Points Upgrade - You cannot book using a certificate

2.   There are a few different types of certificates. Seven/five night certificates which is the hotel portion of a "Marriott travel package" that the owner does not want or need anymore (google Marriott packages to learn more about them). Individuals many times buy these packages just to receive the airline miles and donít end up using the hotel portion of the package. There are also single night certs given to account holders for holding a Marriott brand credit card
3.   A 7/5night-night certificate must be used for 7 consecutive nights. The reservation cannot be split up.
4.   In order to hold the room, you need a credit card. Your card will be kept for incidentals and you won't be charged for the room.
5.   MUST be booked BOOK 30 Days in Advance. THIS IS A TECHNICAL GLITCH WHICH MARRIOTT CLAIMS TO BE FIXING THOUGH ITS OVER A YEAR THAT THIS HAS BEEN AN ISSUE. In order to book with a certificatea, reps must create the reservation as a points advance and then attach the cert. Marriott recently made a new rule that reservations made within 30 days arenít eligible for points advance. If the account, you are booking with has enough points to cover the reservation you can book it as regular points and have the rep detach the points and attach the certificate.
6.   Travel package certs must be booked over the phone. Single night certs can be booked online
7.   The certificate sits on the account holders account and the elite night credits are officially credited to them. There is no way to transfer those stays to your account.
8.   If you are the traveler do not call Marriott reservations. This reservation is in someone else's account and calling may result in his/her account getting audited and the reservation canceled.
9.   The certificate covers the cost of the reservation including tax but does NOT include any resort fees, parking, and incidentals (for example food charged to the room)
10.   It's not possible to entirely remove the certificate owner from the reservation but your name is added as a secondary guest and a special code is added (M8 code) to inform the hotel that this reservation is in fact gifted to you. The hotels are very much aware of this.

You should be able to check-in as you would to a regular reservation with your own ID. You will need to provide a credit card to cover any incidentals, resort fees, and parking fees if there are any.
11.   You cannot add your Marriott account number to the reservation and generally, the hotel will go by the status on our account (which may be silver or gold at the time of check-in) however, it depends very much on the front desk rep at the time of check-in

February 26, 2020, 10:42:58 AM