TitanCard Terms and Conditions: Gift Card
By purchasing a gift card, you agree to the following Terms and Conditions:
Account Administration: The TitanCard Office administers the University's various stored value accounts. Funds deposited are referred to as "TitanTender."
Nature of the Account: Your card acts as a stored value account ("Account"); it is not a credit card. No negative balances, cash withdrawals or cash advances are permitted. The University accepts and holds prepaid funds, and applies these funds to purchases of goods and services made with your Account.
Establishing an Account Balance: Deposits can be made using cash, checks or credit cards (Discover, MasterCard, Visa and American Express). An initial deposit of $10.00 or more must be made to the card at time of purchase.
Accessing an Account and Responsibility for purchases made: You may use your Account to purchase goods and services at authorized University establishments. You are responsible for all purchases made from your Account. The value of the card will not be replaced if the card is lost, stolen or destroyed.
Liability for unauthorized purchases: The University does not assume any liability for purchases made from a lost or stolen card.
Disputed Account charges: If you believe your Account has been charged in error, you must contact the TitanCard Office within 60 days after the date of the questioned transaction(s). Unchallenged transactions more than 60 days old are deemed valid.
Account Statement: You can obtain a record of your Account transactions by contacting the TitanCard office.
Automatic Account Closings: After 24 consecutive months of no activity (including balance inquiries), if the balance on the card is $5 or less a service charge of a $1.00 per month will be deducted from the remaining balance until all funds are depleted. Once the balance has been exhausted the account will be closed.
Disclosure to third parties: Your Account information will be released only as permitted by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, California's Information Practices Act, Title 5 of California's Code of Regulations, and /or any other applicable law.
Modification of the terms and conditions: The University may modify these terms and conditions at its sole discretion.
California Law: California Law governs these terms and conditions.