OK...I understand the need for security on these things and I'm grateful for it. But it's kind of annoying when you try to use a gift card over the internet, and it gets denied. Twice. Then you find out, oh it's because you have to register it. So you call to register it, and they tell you that you have to give the name of the person who bought it for you. And it's a month after Christmas, and you know you got TWO Gift cards from people, one is from a manager and one, the name escapes you. You don't want to say it's the boss one because people are around you, and they will be all "hey why did SHE get an xmas gift, and not me??" So you hang up and think about the two cards. Then you remember, oh yes, my sister gave me this one!! So you call back and go through the process again, this time confidently giving your sister's name as the giver of said gift card. Then they ask for YOUR personal info. Name, easy enough. Address...crap. I don't have an address, I'm staying with my sister, but have not "moved in there" to change my address over to anything. I have a PO Box that my bills and cards are registered to. But this isn't *my* card, it's a gift card. So you give your sister's address, feeling like a fraud saying it's yours. Then they want a phone number. Mine, hers, cell, work? He said it didn't matter, so you give your cell. Then he says, "if you'd like, you can also give us your email address...." So I said, no thanks". I don't really want to be email spammed by TD Bank, even though I'm fairly certain they will do just that. I don't know if this issue is only because I've tried to use the card at Amazon for an online purpose, or if it will happen with the other card when I try to use it. But I'm sticking to IN PERSON purchases only. And from now on, requesting CASH from anyone who cares enough to ask me "hey, what do you want for Christmas/your Birthday?? End rant.