If it is a buggy game, or something with a bad storyline, why are you wasting time on it, much less any money at all? I just wouldn't expect the developers to see allot of that money. But, as I always state last, I'm not a lawyer. Giveaways User giveaways are not allowed. Then of course site can just screw over few customers to make quick buck and still keep their reputation pretty much intact. These keys can be region locked, and you can get bummed out of the game since you have no proof of purchase. They have been improving the features a lot and they give many options to filter products. That said, it has been proven before that G2A are scumbags.
It's much better if you buy steam gifts there, since when you do with g2a shield , they directly oversee you using the gift link, so in case something goes wrong, they have to fix it right away, instead of you having to wait for their terrible support. I just wouldn't expect the developers to see allot of that money. I've read stories on other forums about people who have bought keys from them and then a few months later their games get deactivated, but people I know who have bought from cjs say they're fine. They sell them at a good price and you can still upgrade to 10 until 29 june or july. Promoting games that are on sale is not allowed.
That is no excuse for the missing store credit and option to only pay in full. I have a ticket open, but it's been a few days and I am getting to the point where I need some info before I can proceed. Xcom 2 is fun but the bugs make me want to shoot myself. But here I am, still with my steam account. In the case of a one-time purchase of a product license e.
I had a little chat with them to see what they'd have to say if I was a new buyer for the game. They offer the worst customer experience of any well known software seller. Did you have it on another account, was the game taken away, or did you get it removed? Payed with my banks payment system through Moneybookers, so was already familiar with that process. I will 100% use their service again. I sent them the screenshot and after a few hours I got the mail I could get the key on their autokey system. There is a risk behind it, no matter how small it is. If you really think about it, the entire business model is sketchy.
Asking if other people are also experiencing an issue you are having is not allowed. Some games are region locked, but most are not. But then what if I travel and game in any country I travel to? I bought it for those triple A title games. Ignore anything they say in the emails as they're just trying to bully you into giving up your money. Was a bit unsure about the website at first, to me it looked a bit sketchy but it was recommended to me by a friend that knows a lot about this kind of stuff.
I wanted to test them to see if they are scammers so I asked they had keys available. What does that even mean. I'm not too worried about getting a false code because of the G2A shield and such, but what I'm really worried about is stuff like identity theft since it is one of those sites where the deals are tooo good. Sift through all the accounts and see who is playing where? Basically people buy the game in bulk when it goes on sells or from other countries and then sell them are marginally lower prices than regular to make a profit. I really enjoyed the service, and support was relatively responsive. Every time I search for a new pc game this site is always £s cheaper than anyone else, by a long long way.
Promoting something for pure financial gain is not allowed. You don't always have to be on the cutting edge. It should be said that many of the very popular names in the digital codes and keys reselling business are simply market places. If it is a buggy game, or something with a bad storyline, why are you wasting time on it, much less any money at all? I'm not telling you not to buy from these websites, it's perfectly legal for you. Thus, the ideal online store should have a painless payment process. It was either them or gamedealdaily or both that robo called. Cheers, - Slightly sheepish Josh This sounds highly unlikely.
I basically think of them as a eBay for keys. The game still has poor performance but better than launch. I mean, there is so many bad things about that I could bring up, I just dont see it happening Yeah, but what are they going to do? I would rather punish Firaxis with my dollars than reward this poor publishing behavior! Since getting the game, it has been unplayable. Their system approved the order in time but failed to release the codes before I had to go out. And that kind of price difference happens a lot. I bought a key from them once and it took them a week to send it to me and then it didn't work.