[Steam] Lego Lord of the Rings £1.73 / Crusader Kings II £2.94 @ Instant Gaming
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[Steam] Lego Lord of the Rings £1.73 / Crusader Kings II £2.94 @ Instant Gaming

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Found 10th MarEdited by:"EQL"
There are a number of well-priced Steam games on Instant Gaming:

Crusader Kings 2 £2.94
F1 2015: £1.43
Speedrunners: £2.54
GTA: Vice City: £2.18
Lego Harry Potter 1-4: £2.18
Magicka 2: £1.47
Galactic Civilizations III: £1.80
Gauntlet £1.68
The Sexy Brutale: £3.02 (down from earlier deal £3.17)
AudioSurf £2.64
The Escapists £2.20
Offworld Trading Company £1.71
This War of Mine £2.20
The Witcher II £1.85 (see deal)

A lot of variety for not much money.
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Certainly not for everyone, but CK2 is a hell of a lot of game for so little.

Incidentally Gauntlet is £1.68, not £1.86. (which appears to be the cheapest it's ever been!)
Edited by: "TehJumpingJawa" 11th Mar
I tried to buy from these jokers, but they asked me to supply a copy of my driving licence to them to prevent 'Paypal fraud' when I was paying by credit card. I'm struggling to think of a single legitimate reason they could need a copy of my driving licence. Beware.
Les.Alanos25 m ago

I tried to buy from these jokers, but they asked me to supply a copy of my …I tried to buy from these jokers, but they asked me to supply a copy of my driving licence to them to prevent 'Paypal fraud' when I was paying by credit card. I'm struggling to think of a single legitimate reason they could need a copy of my driving licence. Beware.


I don't even have a drivers license so I'm screwed
Les.Alanos1 h, 6 m ago

I tried to buy from these jokers, but they asked me to supply a copy of my …I tried to buy from these jokers, but they asked me to supply a copy of my driving licence to them to prevent 'Paypal fraud' when I was paying by credit card. I'm struggling to think of a single legitimate reason they could need a copy of my driving licence. Beware.


the site has a side business of phishing for identity theft, I got the same lies between the messages they edited the history of with me. I did pay with paypal and got the messages about needing full scans of ID as well as copies of bills to prove my identity as "paypal requires" they do, literally what they said. contacted paypal about it and they are acting fraudulently.


I've tried reporting this to HUKD but no one cared.
That is odd as I have used this site quite a few times and never been asked for that information nor had any issues at all. They do have a slightly odd set up where you have to buy individual items rather than place several in a basket and then pay for them and there is a fee for paying by Paypal (not much though). I think the real issue with sites like this is whether or not you are comfortable buying from sites which may be using stolen keys or keys bought using stolen credit cards and all the implications that brings. For the record I don't know if this site is or should be based in that category - I am talking about key selling in general.
scoopsuk2 h, 3 m ago

That is odd as I have used this site quite a few times and never been …That is odd as I have used this site quite a few times and never been asked for that information nor had any issues at all. They do have a slightly odd set up where you have to buy individual items rather than place several in a basket and then pay for them and there is a fee for paying by Paypal (not much though). I think the real issue with sites like this is whether or not you are comfortable buying from sites which may be using stolen keys or keys bought using stolen credit cards and all the implications that brings. For the record I don't know if this site is or should be based in that category - I am talking about key selling in general.


they target a tiny amount of customers for identity theft so as to not attract attention, very few people are asked for "additional security" no matter how much they lie about paypal requiring they do it.
Felicitous4 h, 8 m ago

they target a tiny amount of customers for identity theft so as to not …they target a tiny amount of customers for identity theft so as to not attract attention, very few people are asked for "additional security" no matter how much they lie about paypal requiring they do it.


Commercial companies (such as HDUK) would cease their relationships with companies if there were evidence of wrongdoing. So presumably, HDUK (and/or the affiliate tracking company) has no evidence.
EQL1 h, 13 m ago

Commercial companies (such as HDUK) would cease their relationships with …Commercial companies (such as HDUK) would cease their relationships with companies if there were evidence of wrongdoing. So presumably, HDUK (and/or the affiliate tracking company) has no evidence.


I was trying to give the evidence but never got a response from any of the support messages or discussions posted.
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