PlayStation Network Card £25 - £20.97 @ Instant-gaming
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PlayStation Network Card £25 - £20.97 @ Instant-gaming

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Found 21st Mar
Great price if looking to save on those digital games!
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I've got to verify my identity by sending them a pic of my ID. I'm always a bit nervous of doing that, is it really necessary? Can anyone advise if it's safe to do so?
wardi6939 s ago

I've got to verify my identity by sending them a pic of my ID. I'm always …I've got to verify my identity by sending them a pic of my ID. I'm always a bit nervous of doing that, is it really necessary? Can anyone advise if it's safe to do so?


Run away!
It's a good price but rather pay the 83p to Electronic First who have this at £21.80

No ID checks and never had an issue with them. Code by email within 15min
Just tried it and got my code straight away
Sam2xp26 m ago

Just tried it and got my code straight away



Sam2xp26 m ago

Just tried it and got my code straight away


I did for the first, they stung me on the second.

Turns out you can hide any sensitive info, they just want to see your name on it, so not so bad. I've tried with my NUS card first, hopefully they'll accept that.
Edited by: "wardi69" 21st Mar
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wardi695 h, 51 m ago

I did for the first, they stung me on the second.Turns out you can hide …I did for the first, they stung me on the second.Turns out you can hide any sensitive info, they just want to see your name on it, so not so bad. I've tried with my NUS card first, hopefully they'll accept that.


it's an identity theft scam they run on the side, they said it's required as part of their business with paypal - who when asked confirmed such a claim was fraudulent and they don't require that at all. they do it totally at random with a tiny percentage of their customers and then presumably sell on the scans from people who don't know they can or how to edit their details out. potentially more dangerous to shop at IG than G2A, for those who care about identity theft anyway.
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