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If you believe you're the victim of a scam involving Apple Gift Cards, App Store & iTunes Gift Cards, or Apple Store Gift Cards, you can call Apple at 800-275-2273 (U.S.) and say "gift cards" when prompted.

A string of scams are taking place asking people to make payments over the phone for things such as taxes, hospital bills, bail money, debt collection, and utility bills. The scams are committed using many methods, including gift cards. As the fraudsters are sometimes requesting codes from Apple Gift Cards, App Store & iTunes Gift Cards, or Apple Store Gift Cards, we want to make sure our customers are aware of these scams.

If you have additional questions, or if you've been a victim of a scam involving Apple Gift Cards, App Store & iTunes Gift Cards or Apple Store Gift Cards, you can call Apple at 800-275-2273 (U.S.) and say "gift cards" when prompted, or contact Apple Support online.

I have had gift cards expire in the past. I have had restaurant gift cards that claim they never expire actually not work. I went to one very popular restaurant with a pack of three gift cards that I opened in front of the waitress.

It all started so innocently: I recently purchased an iPod Nano as a Christmas present, and also wanted to include the gift of music. A casual search on eBay led to attention-alarming auctions shouting at me, tantalizing me with the possibility of getting iTunes gift cards for CHEAP! How cheap? Apparently, if I shelled out US $5-8, I could get a "guide" with info telling me where to purchase these cards for up to "80% Off!!", one listing yelled. Yet another auction cautioned me while hawking its own ware, "How to NOT get scammed w itunes gift card code auctions." What was going on here? (See also: How to Use Up Remaining Balances on Prepaid Gift Cards)

Several minutes later, I collected numerous pages pointing to iOffer, sort of like eBay, but a rockier road in terms of usability. Searching for "itunes 200" yielded numerous matches for $200 gift cards as low as $38. Alas, that seller was on vacation, so I had to settle for a $47 one. I placed an offer and watched the screen anxiously, refreshing the page and also checking my email. I noticed this seller was quite an inconsistent replier, attending to the newest offers bidding on his quantity of 50+ cards while not getting to first-come offers until much later. At last, I was served up an invoice, and PayPal'ed it through. A few minutes later, I received an email with the code. Terse, cryptic, and from a Chinese email address, it read:

I contacted over a dozen of these gift card bulk sellers. A few replied with unhelpful or cryptic answers. I chalked part of it up to their non-native English (a disproportionate amount claim to be Chinese or Eastern European), and the other part up to wanting to keep a tight lid on their profitable secrets. The most "comprehensive" response I got, after asking "How did you get such a great deal on these iTunes gift cards?" was:

Returning to eBay, I scoured around some more. I rummaged through the gift card auctions, and was hard-pressed to find any as popular or as below-expected-price as iTunes. I even found some big names that went substantially above their value, like this $530 winning bid on a $500 gift card. (What's the point?) But iTunes ones can be consistently, suspiciously found for much lower. Since the majority of these sales are digital codes, not actual cards (as one seller made sure to remind me he couldn't send the card), a physical object isn't necessary to use them. Which makes them harder to trace.

Most likely it's stolen credit card use - which would also be why there was a delay in response. Seller racks up enough orders, plunks down some stolen credit card numbers to buy some gift cards, and disperses them, with the admonishment that the buyer use them quickly.

2. If the answer for 1. question is that only apple's fraud section works so slowly, why can we find only US-iTunes Codes cheap ?Why are there no offers for... spain or brasilian itunes Codes ?Only US....

But - I have an idea:Is it possible in any way to generate the Codes ?If yes - this coud be the answer to all 3 questions, because the people are only able to generate US itunes codes.Not any amazon codes, or itunes Spain codes for example - only US codes.AND: It would be logic if apple find out some generated codes, not all, but some. They cancel the codes but they write that the account is frozen because of fraudulent gift codes.

It's unlikely the codes are generated - although having never purchased an itunes gift card, I wouldn't really know for sure. However, if Apple were smart, their codes would be atleast as strong as a good password, utilizing letters and numbers, and being atleast 6 - 10 digits long, which pretty much means very freaking difficult to hack. That being said, how would the gift card seller test the code for validity before selling? No - unfortunately, the only real explanation is that they were purchased with fraudulent Credit Cards - and then quickly sold.

I can't speak for the US iTunes cards, but in Australia the local gift cards can often be found on sale at major retailers. 40% of is not uncommon, and 50% deals have been available for new store openings.

US itunes are popular because there's about twice as much content available on the US itunes store compared with like the next biggest store (UK, CA). People from Europe and Canada go out of their way sometimes to get into the US itunes store, and there are some "legit" ways of doing this without the use of itunes gift codes (a simple Google search will show you how). And it's all due to things like licensing and distribution agreements between American movie and TV studios and foreign companies (like Sky) that broadcast and sell that content abroad.

I bought two $100 gift cards for $3, not each, 3 dollar altogether and both seem to work fine. I used both and my account balance grew $200. Bought music, TV shows and movies, now my balance is down to 30 dollar.

I buy my US iTunes cards from this online store to be used anywhere in the world. I've sent their link to my friends living abroad and they are very happy with the quick and efficient service. Check out their website.

Well actually I think by now if you have figured the answer then its fine. Or else let me tell you how you are getting them for so cheap. Well actually some chinese group hacked the code of itunes last year or so and have created a key generator. So they have been selling the codes directly from internet. If you ask them about the card then they will not give you one.

Great Article. But like the author said, it seems pretty silly to pay MORE for the gift card than it's worth (the links above add $5-$15 onto the cost of the cards), when you can purchase the gift cards for face value from or, or for that matter from the apple store:

there is no such things as cheap itunes gift cards, there are chinese scammers that will sell them cheap but they will get your account banned, since i am not from usa, i searched for international itunes gift card stor and found to be legit, Low cost store to buy every time i want

Beware of the "cheap" itunes cards. They are purchased using stolen credit cards, and Apple will remove the value you bought when the card is reported stolen, or close down your account. Anything at face value or below is most likely stolen. I pay a little bit more, but I have never had a problem. I'm also using and have only good things to say about them.

So did you ever find out how they were getting these cards so cheap. I have been wondering the same thing for the past 3 months. I keep seeing websites with itunes cards like 80% off and I'm wondering how they get it so cheap. I have never bought these because its obviously illegal.

They're cards purchased using stolen credit card information the vast majority of the time. Apple doesn't comment because they don't want people buying these cards on ebay for that very reason. You can legally purchase cards via the Apple store or pretty much any retail location in the United States, and the only reason that someone posts a card over ebay is because it's actually a gift certificate purchased through the iTunes store using fraudulent information (a stolen credit card or credit card info). That's why they don't send physical cards- there isn't one.

Some of these sites are actually selling legitimate iTunes Gift Cards, but the code is scratched off and delivery via email. The point in buying a gift card for more than its face value is because it is not as easy for international persons (i.e. not living in the US) as it is for Americans to walk into a US retail store and get one (duh!). It sometimes actually works out cheaper when taking exchange rates into consideration than the local iTunes store and not to mention the much wider variety of relevant content on the US iTunes Store. I have consistently been buying from this website and have never ever had a problem: They send an email with the iTunes gift card code and instructions to set up a US iTunes Store account. Check it out.

I think this is virtual gift card theft. I work in retail and learned that the codes on gift cards are covered by cardboard backing for a reason. To prevent people from copying down the codes, returning them to the display and trying to use them later after someone has bought it, thus activating it. Thats why they want you to use it ASAP. Before the legitimate person has a chance to use it.... 041b061a72