He has a website. The website's security certificate is not expired or invalid. I went to the site. I paid for the stuff. I got my stuff. I verified it by putting the money into my account and it worked as advertised. I do not see the problem. True it seems too good to be true but its working. If someone got ripped off by the site we haven't heard about it yet. The other week I bought a Kindle 4 from Walmart for $50 out the door. Come to find out that is an unheard of price cut. Does that mean Walmart stole the devices? IDK. They were brand new in box. Is the site fishy? Yes. Has the site been delivering on its products? Yes. Has anyone been ripped off yet (personal or forum hearsay)? No. Should you be wary when dealing with them? Probably. Don't get me wrong. I'm not defending the site. I have no affiliation with the site... but I do feel some sort of "bond" with it because I'm the one who brought this site to light on this forum. I do have some theories... Maybe he's somehow buying these cards with his food stamps supply. That would go well with the pattern that he seems to "run out" by the end of the month or the beginning of the next and they're "back in stock" sometime by the middle of the month. It is also possible that somehow he's turning his SSI check into Boost credit and selling it to get actual cash in his pocket. (that by the way is a bad theory if SSI checks can be turned into cash directly, not sure I dont get SSI). It is also possible that he's involved in some sort of money laundry operation and God only knows how he's acquiring these cards but he's reselling them to get the money laundered. After all the other scenarios is the possibility that he has a Boost dealership that is very old. The commission that the dealers used to get were substantial but have diddled down to a couple dollars now. He has no store and is selling his refills online. YMMV.