File Bluebird Card Complaints and Get Compensated
Bluebird cards exist through a partnership between American Express and Walmart. According to almost every online resource we visited, these prepaid debit cards have a horrible reputation.
While Bluebird cards might seem like an excellent way to manage money or teach your family members some responsibility, there are many complaints about Bluebird. Many relate to the high cost of setting up and using cards. Other users claim money goes missing and that cardholders cannot get any response from customer service. It seems like American Express Bluebird customer service points frustrated users towards Walmart, and Walmart points them back to Amex.
If you're getting that runaround about your Bluebird card, DoNotPay can help. Today, we'll explore everything you need to know about making Bluebird card complaints. We'll cover:
- Information about Bluebird prepaid debit cards
- How to contact Bluebird about complaints
- How to launch a small claims lawsuit weigh DoNotPay
- And a few other ways you can use the app
Remember, you can use DoNotPay to make all kinds of complaints against any company. After we do battle against Bluebird, we'd love to help you take on USPS, Starbucks, and Walgreens.
We'll begin with a look at Bluebird.
About Bluebird Cards
You can sign up for a Card at Bluebird.com, or your local Walmart store. You must be at least 18 and a resident and citizen of the US. The only other caveat is that you must not already have a similar prepaid card from American Express, called a Serve card.
How Bluebird Works
Customers make deposits into their Bluebird account, then use the card to make retail purchases or pay bills. It also works at a few ATMs, usually located in Walmart. It is not a credit card but a prepaid debit card.
3 Common Bluebird Complaints
The top three are:
- Costs to set up an account ($5) and withdraw money from an ATM ($2)
- Getting "the runaround" from customer service
- A lack of ATMs when you're not near a Walmart that will service the card makes them useless for emergencies
If Bluebird is mishandling your money and then giving you the runaround about it, DoNotPay can help. First, you'll need to lodge a formal written complaint about Bluebird.
How to Contact Bluebird to Make Complaints
Bluebird's contact information is displayed below. Be warned, they have a reputation for hanging up on you or telling you to take your problem up with Walmart.
|Customer service phone number||1-877-486-5990|
|International phone number||1-801-449-4016|
And a ridiculously long and tedious member service resource is available online, too. Good luck with that! (By the way, DoNotPay can also help you analyze terms of services for breaches and get you paid, too. Check out our other product, Analyze TOS, after you've sued Bluebird).
Here is what you can expect when trying to lodge Bluebird complaints:
- You contact Bluebird online. You never hear back from them. Or, they'll tell you Walmart should handle this problem.
- You call Bluebird. You're put on hold for a few hours. Finally, a customer service rep tells you they cannot help you. They give you a ticket number, and you never hear back from them.
- You email Bluebird your complaint. You never hear back from them.
If you're ready to stand up to this demon-spawn of corporate devils Amex and Walmart, DoNotPay has your back.
Start a Small Claims Lawsuit Against Bluebird With DoNotPay (It's Easy)
Here's how to start a small claims lawsuit against Bluebird with DoNotPay:
- Log-in to DoNotPay and select the Sue Now product.
- Tell us how much you are owed by the company, if applicable.
- Select the reason for your lawsuit.
- Provide details about why you're filing the lawsuit including photographic proof and other important information.
You don't need to spend hours on hold, write frustrating letters, or try to express yourself in an email. DoNotPay makes it easy to make complaints to any company. And if you don't get results, we make it easy to take them to court.
Rest assured, you will get the compensation you deserve. Giant corporations like Amex and Walmart have expensive attorneys on hand, but it makes more sense to pay you the money you demand than pay a corporate lawyer $600 per hour to fight you.
And remember, you can use DoNotPay to fight any organization and take them to small claims court.
DoNotPay Is on Your Side
You can file complaints and sue anyone with DoNotPay. Use it for:
- One-Shot Keto complaints
- Chipotle complaints
- Taco Bell complaints
- Walmart complaints
- DoorDash complaints
- Carshield complaints
- Somatic complaints
But complaints and lawsuits are only the beginning. Any time you believe a company or organization is taking advantage of you or giving you "the runaround," turn to DoNotPay. This robot lawyer is ready to take on Bank of America, Southwest Airlines, and Las Vegas hotels. Try it today.