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Pawn shops?! EBAY?!?? GASP rolleyes.gif

If rival distributors cannot adapt to market trends, perhaps they shouldn't be in business.
Rival distributors?
Did you forgot that the ones punished are the developers themselves? Not steam Origin, Uplay or other distributor platforms.
Without them there wouldn't even be games in the first place.
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Originally Posted by InvaderMig View Post

So people use stolen credit cards to buy from Origin and Ubisoft, then sell them on G2A and Kinguin. That's the first time I've ever heard of anyone using stole credit cards to buy anything from anywhere, be it a shady company like G2A or a reputable retailer. I mean stuff like that never happens on Ebay, or Craigslist, or even Amazon for that matter. Nope, never happens. rolleyes.gif

I've also read another story where a Dev got scammed out of free keys for responding to fake emails posing as popular youtubers and those very same keys went up on G2A. But you're right though, all the culpability falls on squarely on G2A's shoulders. The fact that this particular dev falsely inflated the revenue lost, and refused to work with G2A to rectify the issue doesn't change a thing. That information is completely irrelevant to this particular case. I'm glad you were here to clear that up for me and everyone else who will clearly now find this information completely irrelevant. thumb.gif



You should really read this article, it will help you understand that they make their system purposefully vague as they simply don't care if the keys are stolen as long as they get their money. . .

The thing you're missing here is that Ebay requires you to give them all of your information so they know who you are, yes I understand that you can use fraudulent info but it makes it a little more inconvenient. You have a seller profile and feedback ratings that let others make a judgement call, and if you can prove something is stolen without a shadow of a doubt you can REPORT the seller and they will actually do something. If it was so easy to sell fraudulent keys on Ebay why don't we see all these keys listed there? There is a TON more traffic on ebay and would probably sell a lot more keys!

Now G2A has NO information listed about the seller you are purchasing from, only the country that they are supposedly from. You can not report the person that you purchased your now deactivated keys from, you cant leave negative feedback about the person that you purchased fraudulent keys from to warn others, you cant do anything other than contact G2A and say "hey my game has been deactivated" and hope they help you. . . They make the whole transaction process as vague as they can for a reason, they want their cut and don't necessarily care how they get it.
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Originally Posted by http://www.polygon.com 
When Polygon attempted to sell codes on G2A, we were able to put an item up on the marketplace in seconds with just a small amount of personal information. Kinguin, in stark contrast, had an application process which requested information like our web address, a valid ID and an explanation of the source of our keys.

Edited by Max78 - 6/24/16 at 7:38am
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I buy AAA games from G2A cause I'm broke and it's like having the Steam summer sale year round. I don't care about EA, Activision, and Ubisoft's profits. Come at me moral bros.

Unfortunately, it's not the rich executive scum that pay the price. It is the every day dev with a family and living week to week that pay.
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Another problem with these reseller sites is their use of Youtube and twitch personalities to push grey market keys on the less than informed crowds that follow these people.

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I just don't understand how people can justify buying from these places. There's a reason it's much cheaper than anywhere else and it's not because the dev or publisher is cutting G2A, etc. a deal.
Edited by BearonicMan - 6/24/16 at 7:57am
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Unfortunately, it's not the rich executive scum that pay the price. It is the every day dev with a family and living week to week that pay.

http://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/221533/Game_Developer_Salary_Survey_2014_The_results_are_in.php

Oh yeah, the developers at AAA companies are totally living week to week. They're not in sales. Their wages are contracted.
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Source.
A lot of good information at the source.

Been seeing a lot of people go to bat for G2A on this forum recently, which I find kind of absurd. The community here has always held some esteem for me and to see people here defending a shady company that facilitates theft and scamming simply because they like to buy cheap games is no bueno. G2A and other sites like it need to disappear overnight, it's hurting legitimate resalers and devs alike and that ultimately poisons the well and hurts you as gamers in the long run. You're killing the companies you rely on to provide you with quality entertainment every time you buy from G2A and similar sites.

I won't be arguing with anyone in this thread about this topic. There is nothing to argue about. This is just fact. and facts aren't to be debated, they're to be understood.

I think your condescending tone really set the pace for this whole thread. I don't even know you and your post was very off-putting to me. I'm not even one to easily jump on board the feels train on the internet and get baited into obvious remarks that are triggers for arguments.
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I won't be arguing with anyone in this thread about this topic. There is nothing to argue about. This is just fact. and facts aren't to be debated, they're to be understood.

This right here is an absolute. On a public forum. On the internet. You may have your opinion on what is to be argued about, but to so brazenly proclaim something is a fact and can't be debated is well....let's just say there are over 50 people in here doing just what you said can't be done: debated.
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You should really read this article, it will help you understand that they make their system purposefully vague as they simply don't care if the keys are stolen as long as they get their money. . .

The thing you're missing here is that Ebay requires you to give them all of your information so they know who you are, yes I understand that you can use fraudulent info but it makes it a little more inconvenient. You have a seller profile and feedback ratings that let others make a judgement call, and if you can prove something is stolen without a shadow of a doubt you can REPORT the seller and they will actually do something. If it was so easy to sell fraudulent keys on Ebay why don't we see all these keys listed there? There is a TON more traffic on ebay and would probably sell a lot more keys!

Now G2A has NO information listed about the seller you are purchasing from, only the country that they are supposedly from. You can not report the person that you purchased your now deactivated keys from, you cant leave negative feedback about the person that you purchased fraudulent keys from to warn others, you cant do anything other than contact G2A and say "hey my game has been deactivated" and hope they help you. . . They make the whole transaction process as vague as they can for a reason, they want their cut and don't necessarily care how they get it.

My argument was never to paint G2A as blameless in all instances. My response was aimed at those who were just blindly taking the info provided by the OP, and using it to go off on rants. There was another side to "This" story. I myself have never used G2A. Not because of a moral stance, but I simply haven't. I saw this same level of ignorant nonsense on twitter, raging at streamers who were Sponsored by G2A. I felt providing some info would be useful to the thread, only to have it labeled as extraneous, because it could possibly hinder the rage train.
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Source.
A lot of good information at the source.

Been seeing a lot of people go to bat for G2A on this forum recently, which I find kind of absurd. The community here has always held some esteem for me and to see people here defending a shady company that facilitates theft and scamming simply because they like to buy cheap games is no bueno. G2A and other sites like it need to disappear overnight, it's hurting legitimate resalers and devs alike and that ultimately poisons the well and hurts you as gamers in the long run. You're killing the companies you rely on to provide you with quality entertainment every time you buy from G2A and similar sites.

I won't be arguing with anyone in this thread about this topic. There is nothing to argue about. This is just fact. and facts aren't to be debated, they're to be understood.

PREACH! (throws hands in the air)
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Sell me new titles at $40 through steam and i won't go to 3rd parties to get a better deal. rolleyes.gif
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bought plenlty of games from G2A more than I can count, never had an issue with them.
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Unfortunately, it's not the rich executive scum that pay the price. It is the every day dev with a family and living week to week that pay.

You might be right, but I will never dish out $79 for a bland, over hyped locked down game with a built in crappy DLC ecosystem. At the end of the day I choose to reward the smaller developer as they have proven worthy of my hard earned money and in exchange they hopefully prosper further to create new and better IP. While the other Big Honcho Dev/Pubs charges 3-5x more which only further reinforces there bad business decisions. COD is the best example, reskin the game, rinse and repeat and charge premium prices which sadly the market supported. If I had to theoretically buy one of the COD games for example to play with a group of friends(rather put a shot gun in my mouth) no way I'm going to reward activation to the fullest, rather i'd prefer to minimize my financial participation buy purchasing a key that was probably obtained cheaper from a different region.

The only AAA game I outright paid full price in 2015 was for GTA 5, and they did a spectacular job on porting the game to the PC. Rockstar deserves my money and there financial success.

What really is funny is this:
Of the AAA games I bought on G2A hardly any of them I bothered to play through, even at a reduced price I felt ripped off. Which is why I hardly ever buy from them anymore. Unless the group of online friends of mine want to mess around for a few weeks on some new AAA game that we all know we will grow tired and bored of in a month.
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