We are not responsible if any Gift Card is lost, stolen or destroyed or your Online Shopping for Electronics, Apparel, Computers, Books, DVDs & more Balance or any Gift Card is used without your permission.
So, you can not get the gift card back as a policy from amazon.
What do I do if my Amazon gift card is stolen?
If you accidentally lost a physical Amazon.com Gift Card, or if you need assistance resending an electronic Amazon.com Gift Card, please contact us. You’ll need to provide the following information: Order number (if possible) Purchaser’s name and recipient’s name.
Can a stolen Amazon gift card be traced?
Is there a way for YOU to get this information without assistance? No. If you can convince Amazon that someone stole your gift card, and they refund you the value that was taken, then it’s no longer any of your business who stole the value.
Can you cancel a stolen Amazon gift card?
There actually are simple If the card was used already, you can’t do anything about it. They won’t even tell you who used the card. But, it’s worth having a chat/call/email with customer service because if it hasn’t been used, they can cancel the card and issue a refund or new card.
Will a gift card work if it’s stolen?
Gift cards are not usable until they are activated at the cash register. There are no reported incidents of POS skimmers used to grab gift card numbers, but this attack would work as well. The addition of a PIN number can delay a fraudster, but not deter them entirely.
Can I find out who used my gift card?
Once you have the gift card number (or as much information as you can find), call customer service for the merchant that issued the gift card. The objective of the phone call is not to “find” the gift card, but to find out if the gift card has been used.
Can gift card purchases be traced?
Gift cards are difficult to trace. Gagliardi said that it’s complicated to track each gift card purchased with each credit card. That makes it that much more important that credit card holders keep careful track of their card statements and any unusual purchases.