Bungie and GlobalGiving are both legitimate organizations. GlobalGiving is currently seeking submissions to assist any non-profit organization in reaching out to their own networks in 2020. You can learn more about how to get involved at globalgiving.com.
Charity Navigator, BBB Wise Giving Alliance, and GuideStar have all given GlobalGiving the best possible rating. They say that there is no negative information on their records.
GlobalGiving has been in business for more than 10 years and they have already helped fund over 70,000 projects in 56 countries. Since its inception, nearly 3 million people have benefited from projects funded through GlobalGiving. The company has also received multiple awards for its social enterprise model.
GlobalGiving is a 100% volunteer-run organization. There are no employees but rather an army of volunteers who help manage the site. All funds raised go directly to funding projects on the platform. There is no management team that receives compensation from donations.
When you donate to GlobalGiving, you can be sure that your money will go toward worthy causes. Projects that need funds but cannot access them through traditional banking systems can use the donation dollars to buy equipment, hire staff, or pay other operating expenses.
About half of all donations on GlobalGiving go to smaller projects that might not otherwise receive support. If you want to make a difference in the world but don't have time to search for new projects or write letters of recommendation, then GlobalGiving is the perfect place for you.
It's legal, but they charge you for many of the same things that the DMV provides for free on its website. It's also not a complete registration; it does not include insurance or title information.
The company claims to have "the largest database of auto auctions in North America" and says it offers users "real-time bidding" for cars. According to their site, users can search by make and model, location, price, and other criteria. They then get notified by text message, email, or phone if there is a sale pending and can go look at the car themselves before it gets sold to another user.
It's a great way to sell your car without having to go to an auction. The website and app are free to use and sign up for notifications when there is a car you're interested in goes up for sale. You can browse through dozens of listings at once and see what price they've been selling for over time to get an idea of how much your car is worth. If you want, you can call or email the company and ask them questions about the vehicle or seller. That's also where they will tell you whether or not the car is licensed in your state so that it can be registered.
Very legitimate. I frequently purchase from them. They have a good selection of products at decent prices. Shipping is free in Canada on orders over $15, otherwise it's $5.
Their customer service is excellent - prompt, friendly, knowledgeable. They have an active subreddit where they post promotions and deal alerts - check it out if you want to know before you buy.
Here are some examples of their products: Magic Bullet, VHS to DVD, Soundtrack CDs, XBox games, etc. They have something for everyone.
I would recommend trying them out if you need some affordable merch. They've saved me many times!
Yes, for selling gift cards. I'm aware that Raising and CardCash are legitimate. Because you appear to be interested in purchasing gift cards, these websites are also safe for purchasers. They should all provide buyer protection, so if you receive a coupon that does not work, they should refund you. Gift cards can sometimes have problems with their scans at the store, but most brands are understanding of these issues and will credit your account.
CardCash was launched in 2011 and is owned by Oportunity Holdings, Inc. The company claims to be the largest card acceptance service in the United States, processing over one million transactions annually. It's also one of only five companies allowed by Visa to accept Visa debit cards as well as credit cards from American Express.
CardCash offers two ways to earn Cash Back at Walmart, CVS, Kroger, and more than 70 other partner stores: a point system that ranges from 1 point for every dollar spent to 5 points for 100 cents spent (5% cash back). There's also an option known as "Smart Selects" where you get points for specific purchases, such as car insurance or energy efficiency programs. These points can then be converted into a $10 Amazon gift card after you reach 500 points.
The point system can be tricky because some stores change their policy about how many points each item counts as while others don't include certain items in point totals.