GiftCards.com, the highest-ranking gift cards website on the Internet, has been awarded the Google Trusted Stores badge for demonstrating a track record of on-time shipping and excellent customer service.
Pittsburgh, PA. September 26, 2013 – GiftCards.com™, the leading website for gift cards, is now part of the Google Trusted Stores program. The Google Trusted Store badge, now visible on every GiftCards.com page, signifies that the company has a track record of on-time shipping, excellent customer service, and providing a positive shopping experience.
The Google Trusted Stores program gives users background on merchants—whatever their size. When visiting a qualifying store, shoppers can hover over the Google Trusted Store badge and see metrics on the store’s shipping and customer service performance. Google also stands behind merchants that have earned the Google Trusted Stores badge with a $1,000 lifetime purchase protection guarantee per shopper.
“Providing the highest degree of customer service and the best possible shopping experience is always our goal,” said Jason Wolfe, CEO of GiftCards.com. “Though we have internal metrics to show how hard we work to ensure customer satisfaction, the Google Trusted Stores badge helps validate our claims and lets shoppers buy from us with confidence.”
Earlier this year, GiftCards.com launched a new responsive-design website at www.giftcards.com that focuses on the company’s differentiated proposition, personalized gift cards, and adapts itself to all digital platforms for an improved customer experience.
Since 1999, GiftCards.com has been providing U.S. consumers with an array of gift card products including personalized gift cards, group gift cards, virtual gift cards, discount gift cards, and local gift cards, redeemable at millions of establishments across the country. In 2012, the company delivered over one million gift cards to American homes from Boston to the Bay Area. GiftCards.com is also a leader in gift card innovation with over 38 patents filed and 3 patents issued.