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If someone is having issues with a business when trying to cash out a gift card, they should contact a '''local consumer protection agency''' first. If that agency is unable to assist them they might try to contact a '''local district attorney's office''' and/or the '''Attorney General's office'''. If no agencies are able to assist them, they may need legal advice from a private '''attorney'''.
 
If someone is having issues with a business when trying to cash out a gift card, they should contact a '''local consumer protection agency''' first. If that agency is unable to assist them they might try to contact a '''local district attorney's office''' and/or the '''Attorney General's office'''. If no agencies are able to assist them, they may need legal advice from a private '''attorney'''.
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If someone is having issues with a business when trying to cash out a gift card, they should contact a local consumer protection agency first. If that agency is unable to assist them they might try to contact a local district attorney's office and/or the Attorney General's office. If no agencies are able to assist them, they may need legal advice from a private attorney.


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