I Have A Gift Voucher Card That Was Worth £177. This Is Due To Me Trading All My Personal Dvds In Store At Hmv?

After trading my DVDs in yesterday for a gift voucher card I am now aware it is no longer valid my card. I’m slightly pissed off due to HMV having all my DVDs my personal property and are now selling them in store while I have nothing! My DVDs are gone and my gift voucher card is worthless. What do you suggest I do please help??

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5 Responses to “I Have A Gift Voucher Card That Was Worth £177. This Is Due To Me Trading All My Personal Dvds In Store At Hmv?”

  1. c says:

    Contact their customer services. I don’t think they are shut off yet, despite the stores going under.
    It isn’t a gurantee that you will get the money. HMV has been in the news about shutting down for ages, it’s your own fault you didn’t do anything about it sooner.

  2. barry says:

    Start robbing hmv get your money worth

  3. Harley Drive says:

    go to the store and demand your dvds back under most consumer law they belong to you until full and final payment is made(title remains with seller) as they obviously knew well ahead that they were bankrupt it amounts to fraud

  4. STEPHEN says:

    Sorry to tell you but there is nothing you can do. Your money is lost. That’s what happens when a company ceases trading.

  5. 203 says:

    They’re not your DVDs anymore. You got a £177 voucher for them which by cruel timing is now unusable.
    You could lodge a claim as a creditor but you’ve more chance of having Princess Diana’s ghost doggy style than being paid out.
    keep your fingers crossed that the company comes out of administration, maybe after closing some shops etc. and the new company honours the previously issued gift vouchers.

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