However, the only aspect which seems strange to me is the phone verification. And, as such, your key could be revoked at any time. I've never actually seen someone say its happened to them though. I thought I wasn't going to join you guys for months but. I would however suggest they give their site a major facelift because I myself almost turned the other way when I saw the look of the site. That's faster than any other cd-key site I've ever used, especially for a first-time customer.
But then what if I travel and game in any country I travel to? I use g2a all the time, always paying the extra dollar or so to insure the digital key will work. No other third-party key reseller has a reputation such as cdkeys. 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? My understanding of this may be wrong games are sold at much different costs in areas of the world. I've heard this game is a blast sans the bugs. Also, they are very transparent where needed. I have never heard of cdkey. However, the common consensus regarding cdkeys seems to be that it is the best website of its kind.
I want to know if buying off of sites like G2A. I've heard this game is a blast sans the bugs. For an online webshop selling Serial Keys for the latest games they are probably very subject to critique and skepticism. That said, they're not a scam site or anything and you'll get what you paid for. This is made possible because they deal on only digital products. I know what they are, they resell codes that they buy for cheap. I also don't buy games that are less than six months old.
That is because, in the case of marketplaces such as G2A and Kinguin, you purchase keys from individual sellers and not a business entity. It's kind of a no brainer. Checked a week later and it was in stock but they had already refunded my payment to in-store credit without notifying me at any point. If you want your response to count towards your company rating, you can also leave a comment for this review. It's not like they completely disclose where they get their stock from.
As a law journal, it would be against our principals to advertise illegal activity. Everything else is fair game. But, despite this, they are still making millions in profits. If you do decide to purchase a third-party Windows key online, then. After reading a few articles it became clear that the publisher had lost control of the supply chain price and apparently shut down legit sales in an attempt to maximise revenue.
Those that had those keys on their accounts had the games removed. So why waste on time on a buggy title? Valve does not and has never banned accounts for doing this. Why is Ubisoft actively screwing over customers when the obvious solution would be to sue G2A? And, until now, there has been no clear answer anywhere. Once the game is fixed I'll purchase it on g2a at a much lower price than offered on Steam. If you want to take advantage of their cheap game key prices, then I can recommend cdkeys to you as a genuinely legit, safe and trustworthy platform. I remember that when the game launched it was very choppy on my R9 290x while only using like 20% of my card.
I can't stand developers pushing out buggy games. As is the case with any third-party key reseller, you still run a risk with every purchase. The views of the moderation team do not reflect the view of Microsoft or its subsidiaries. Never got that one either, although I was getting the emails that said they would send another email. So Company in Higher cost region works out a deal with company in low cost region for keys.
I refuse to jump through hoops to get what I pay for. I agree with you, there are too many games and too little time to play them. I think they may robo call your billing number after the purchase so it needs to be real and you need to be at the phone. I'm a teen who doesn't have a job right now and my peeps are probably the ones that are going to buy it. The confirmation email had also been sent to me, which contained the link that revealed my redemption code. I know what they are, they resell codes that they buy for cheap. As a first-time customer they want their not-working phone verification and after that a identification with your driver's license.
How can they ban everyone who didn't know their copy of the game would be banned at a later date? To be honest, just don't. Most support tickets are answered in only a few hours. Every time I search for a new pc game this site is always £s cheaper than anyone else, by a long long way. Thousands of people are buying keys at half retail price and no one's getting banned. These are mainly general points on how to have a successful conversation and we believe that most of them are self-evident.
Promoting something for pure financial gain is not allowed. I also don't buy games that are less than six months old. It seems to be even worse when you put guys into overwatch, which doesn't make any sense. Reasonable discussion is allowed, although very strict. Where we bought the key and a few days later they had been banned so we are now out of pocket and no longer have the game we bought. Either they get them from graphics card vouchers, or retail boxes from other countries apparently everything is cheaper in Russia. I also could only find great reviews from their customers.