Micro Machines World Series (Worldwide) for £1.10 @Instant-Gaming / £13.85 (Xbox one) @Shopto
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Micro Machines World Series (Worldwide) for £1.10 @Instant-Gaming / £13.85 (Xbox one) @Shopto

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Found 4th MarEdited by:"HSG1"
Micro Machines World Series Xbox One £13.85
@shopto.net


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Release date
30 June 2017
Minimum Requirements*
OS Win 7 64
CPU Core i3-2115C 2.0GHz / Athlon II X3 455
RAM 1 GB
GPU GeForce GT 440 v2 / Radeon HD 5570 1024MB
HDD 5 GB
Recommended Requirements*
OS Win 10 64
CPU Core i5-4690 3.5GHz / FX-8320
RAM 4 GB 8 GB
GPU GeForce GTX 970 4GB / Radeon R9 290X
HDD 5 GB
*For informational purposes only
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I wouldn't trust the site at all, after the first purchase they start phishing for personal details and claiming it's on behalf of paypal. After confirming with paypal they were fraudulently phishing for personal details and the transactions were cancelled as a precaution.
Felicitous5 m ago

I wouldn't trust the site at all, after the first purchase they start …I wouldn't trust the site at all, after the first purchase they start phishing for personal details and claiming it's on behalf of paypal. After confirming with paypal they were fraudulently phishing for personal details and the transactions were cancelled as a precaution.


Just to clarify, you're talking about Instant Gaming (not Shopto).
I steer clear as I've seen multiple reviews with bizarre requests for passport scans etc.
MBeeching7 m ago

Just to clarify, you're talking about Instant Gaming (not Shopto).I steer …Just to clarify, you're talking about Instant Gaming (not Shopto).I steer clear as I've seen multiple reviews with bizarre requests for passport scans etc.


Exactly, they were asking for all kinds of documents, they literally said they were required to by paypal, which turns out to be considered as them acting fraudulently.
in addition when trying to go through their own support system (instant-gaming) they will mislead and give false information and then remove their messages after this happens.
They aren't safe to give any details to, or shop from at all.
Felicitous4 h, 38 m ago

Exactly, they were asking for all kinds of documents, they literally said …Exactly, they were asking for all kinds of documents, they literally said they were required to by paypal, which turns out to be considered as them acting fraudulently.in addition when trying to go through their own support system (instant-gaming) they will mislead and give false information and then remove their messages after this happens. They aren't safe to give any details to, or shop from at all.



I've purchased several games from them and they have all worked fine and I havent been robbed, using Paypal they send you a confirmation code but thats it. However, I would take a look at the steam user reviews of this game before wasting a quid odd on it
iNSOMANiAC7 m ago

I've purchased several games from them and they have all worked fine and I …I've purchased several games from them and they have all worked fine and I havent been robbed, using Paypal they send you a confirmation code but thats it. However, I would take a look at the steam user reviews of this game before wasting a quid odd on it


Congrats on not being targeted for fraud by them I guess, you were luckier than others I've known with the same problem.
Felicitous2 h, 11 m ago

Congrats on not being targeted for fraud by them I guess, you were …Congrats on not being targeted for fraud by them I guess, you were luckier than others I've known with the same problem.



You know people that have been frauded by them?

uk.trustpilot.com/rev…com

I find that quite hard to believe but if you wish to scaremonger feel free.
Edited by: "iNSOMANiAC" 5th Mar
iNSOMANiAC1 m ago

You know people that have been frauded by …You know people that have been frauded by them?https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/instant-gaming.comI find that quite hard to believe but if you wish to scaremonger feel free.


Attempted phishing, claiming to act on behalf of paypal. Read what I put above.
1. Implement a bogus security check and apply it to only 1% of your customers.
2. The other 99% will be happy to provide positive reviews to keep the site going.
3. Of those suckered in to sending a copy of their photo ID, a good number will fail to hide sensitive data.
4. Sell this information on the black market allowing the creation and use of fake IDs.
5. Profit
I bought this and then deleted all my online accounts for everything I have. Stealthy
If you're stoopid enough to send your passport or photo ID to a company like this, then you shouldn't be allowed on the internet.
Anyway, heat OP
Sorry have I missed something.... It this for Windows PC or Xbox
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