Your fault for holding on to them for so long. You should have cashed out when you first heard they were closing the store locations.Ghetto_Child wrote: ↑Dec 29th, 2017 11:54 pmI submitted a rewards items order using the checkout address. Funny enough I was still required to pay for shipping. Also the only payment methods that work are Interac Online (I don't trust submitting my interac information to their site, considering they only support obsolete TLS 1.0 communication); paypal does not work at all; I see no option for Visa Checkout (am I missing something here because they still have the icon on the site); I don't trust MasterPass to keep your financial information private, my first time using MasterPass and the card type, last 4 digits, expirery, and financial institution I chose from its "wallet" is listed right in the order summary, paypal would have just stated my paypal ID only; I'm most definitely not going to input an actual credit card into their checkout page, unless it's a store bought prepaid credit card; they have bank draft and credit note still listed but I didn't try those; I chose Electronic Bill Payment, which means I send money from my bank account to their bank account at the same bank. What was different this time, I never received an email confirming my order despite getting the order placed confirmation screen on the site. I also got a blank page when I clicked the link in the order confirmation for EBP instructions. So my debate is send them $13 for shipping and see if I miraculously get the rewards items, or would I just be sending money and my financial info to someone now impersonating or inappropriately having custody over NCIX's bank account?
Now for the stoopid stuff:
What are you talking about? What did I possibly do to actually forfeit my points?
Who hangs on to points for 10 years and expect them to still be there? Do you still have the old stamp cards from Subway? How are your Club Z points holding up in value?