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Do you currently have gift cards from stores you don’t like? Are you holding on to gift cards from last Christmas that you have not used? You are not alone. According to industry estimates, of the $80 billion in gift cards sold in 2007, nearly 10% of them have not been redeemed. That is $8 billion in gift cards hanging out in purses, drawers, pocket books, etc waiting to be used., our sister site provides attractive options to unlock the value in your gift card. allows you to exchange your gift card for a brand new card of your choice. Here is how it works: will buy your unwanted card for 70% of card value. You can then use the proceeds from the sale to buy a brand new gift card of your choice. You can choose from popular stores like Abercrombie & Fitch, Ann Taylor, Babies R Us, Banana Republic, Best Buy, Brooks Brothers, Hollister, Home Depot, Nordstrom, Target, Wal-Mart to name a few.

Why exchange your card with Apart from offering you a better rate for your exchange, you do not have to waste time looking for someone to exchange your gift card with. You can sell your gift card directly to and get the gift card you really want faster. Also, guarantees all transactions. Click here to go to the site.


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  1. Ms. Carolyn A. Yeager

    Good Afternoon, Mr. Kuadey:

    I trust that your day is progressing well. Thank you for all that you do and are doing. You are a great inspiration! I am a high school Business Education Teacher in Prince George’s County; I had an opportunity to see and hear your business plan presentation last night on network television. It was awesome! To God be the glory.

    Congratulations, to you and your beautiful family on securing venture capital and acquiring two partners for your business. God is good!

    Perhaps, you are open to speaking to my great NFTE Entrepreneurship class in the near future. Currently, we are working on developing/tweaking business plans and studying the economics of one unit. I know that they would love to hear your story!

    Thank you in advance for your attention and consideration to this request. If you should have any questions please feel free to contact me directly at (301) 390-0230 office.


    Carolyn A. Yeager,
    Business Education Chairperson and
    Work-Based Learning Coordinator
    Tall Oaks Technical Academy
    2112 Church Road
    Bowie, Maryland 20721
    (301) 390-0230 ext 239

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