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Likely the store is just trying to make sure you are the actual person with the account, and so it is asking for verification information rather than wanting to charge your credit card. If you have already entered credit card info in the past, re-entering it will not change any of Apple's data, but will verifiy that you are the same person who set up the ...
from: Apple Support The entire amount of a gift card is credited to your iTunes Store account when you redeem it, so you don't need to enter your gift card number or gift code each time you want to buy something. View your credit balance After you redeem iTunes Gift Cards or iTunes Gifts, the amount will appear in your iTunes Store account. ...
Hey there are you using iOS 8? If so, I know there's quite a few more options for photos. By default everything is under the "moments" tab. If there aren't any photos in Moments, we should take a look and be sure your photos were backed up to iCloud under your settings > iCloud > Storage > manage storage > (your backup that you're restoring from). In this ...
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I think you are good to go. If you are concerned about recovering data, it is almost impossible to recover the data after the encryption key has been deleted (that's what Erase all content and settings does). You can check at http://support.apple.com/kb/ht5661 to make sure everything is good. TL;DR: Good to go. Nothing else needs to be done.
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