But see, here's the hard part. In Canada, as of 2017 "Gift Cards" are exempt from expire dates. Under the Consumers Protection Act here in Canada, "Vouchers" are included from exemption of expire dates. Therefore, by law these should not expire. It seems Public Mobile has violated the CPA and can be reported to them as such and are required to change that statement or be fined.
thanks for confirming
Since the note is added by PM, that means there is such policy and somehow just not being enforced. For the benefit of customer, I think we should still tell them there is a 90 days expiry there, but they can take the risk themselves if they choose not to follow it
I purchased a $20 voucher from Shoppers Drug Mart recently myself because I wanted to purchase a US roaming addon. This is what it says on my receipt.
The payment value is valid for 90 days, as long as your account is active. Subject to terms of service. Here's the worse part. The terms of service online aren't available. And what I did find was from 2015 and says nothing about vouchers.