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The privately held company began under the name CouponTrade and was launched as an iPhone app out of Bousis' apartment. It was a simply a basic coupon provider at that time, but eventually they opened the Raise marketplace.
The concept was an immediate hit, and in just a few years the company now employs hundreds of people and operates out of a 50,000 square foot office, in Chicago, Illinois.
Raise.com can be accessed on the web or through the gambit of mobile apps.
The Raise marketplace supports the buying and selling of gift cards from hundreds of online and offline stores. Popular brands include Subway, Google Play, Walmart, Macy's, Starbucks, Whole Foods, Best Buy, iTunes, Walgreens, and Toys R Us.
Finding what you want couldn't be easier. You can refine the listing via Physical gift cards (which will be mailed to you) and Electronic gift cards (the codes and info will be emailed to you). You can also choose a price range, and all sorts of categories, such as Electronics, Men's Clothing, Travel, and Pets.
Savings range from almost 90%, to as low as 1%, but if you're planning to shop anyway, all savings are good savings!
For those looking to buy gift cards in bulk (a minimum of $10,000) they will work out a special deal to give you even greater discounts.
You can buy gift cards from Raise.com using most major credit cards, including Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover, as well as Paypal. If you're a seller and want to check out your earnings, you can use Paypal, Check, or Bank Transfer.
Most orders from Raise.com are shipped using USPS. They currently only ship to the 50 US states, excluding military addresses, and territories like Puerto Rico. International orders are also not available.
All physical gift cards are shipped for free and take up to 14 business days to arrive, and there are no hidden costs associated with e-gift cards, which will be sent right away by email and from within your account.
Returns are not accepted on unwanted gift cards, but if you receive a fraudulent, non-working or misrepresented gift card, you can return them for 100% of your money back.
If you wish to initiate a return you must fist contact customer support to explain the situation.