The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Enhanced Edition GOG Key 54p @ G2A
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The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Enhanced Edition GOG Key 54p @ G2A

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Found 8th Sep 2017Edited by:"vills"
Witcher 2 is one of the best RPG's of recent years, and definitely worth less than a pound! It is about 6 years old now, but has an excellent story and great visuals. Key is for GOG.com. I've bought several keys from G2A previously without problems.
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    wouldnt trust g2a with a penny of my money
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    wouldnt trust g2a with a penny of my money
    Was excited but then saw g2a. Pass.
    "Fresh hot gog key, straight from the back of the truck"
    I get the impression this place is a tad untrustworthy?
    AnonAnonAgain12 m ago

    I get the impression this place is a tad untrustworthy?

    Very, they sell stolen keys and then make money from it. I would advise anyone not to use them but as always it's your choice if you want to use them.
    Yeah it is known that keys from that site are paid for using stolen credit cards and publishers have taken them away from people that bought from that site. Cdkeys is a much better choice.
    MartynDurrant26 m ago

    Yeah it is known that keys from that site are paid for using stolen credit …Yeah it is known that keys from that site are paid for using stolen credit cards and publishers have taken them away from people that bought from that site. Cdkeys is a much better choice.

    Thanks for that. I'll avoid
    Original books are fantastic
    adamspencer958th Sep

    wouldnt trust g2a with a penny of my money



    Pepz3478th Sep

    Was excited but then saw g2a. Pass.


    MartynDurrant13 h, 51 m ago

    Yeah it is known that keys from that site are paid for using stolen credit …Yeah it is known that keys from that site are paid for using stolen credit cards and publishers have taken them away from people that bought from that site. Cdkeys is a much better choice.



    AnonAnonAgain13 h, 25 m ago

    Thanks for that. I'll avoid



    Not defending anyone/thing here, just want to clear something up - G2A is not an untrustworthy site in the same way that eBay is not an untrustworthy site because G2A, like eBay, is a marketplace, with individual sellers each selling their own keys, whether they're an official reseller or are just someone who has a few spare keys from a Humble Bundle (which I sometimes use it for - and I'm trustworthy!).

    So the question isn't whether the site is trustworthy, it's whether the sellers are trustworthy and whether the site has a good system in place for when things go wrong. When it comes to sellers, you can see their feedback, just like eBay, so maybe you're better off paying a bit extra to buy a game from a seller with 10,000 feedback rather than buying from someone who just registered. As for when things go wrong, I've never personally had a problem with anything I bought on there but, from a seller perspective, I've found their customer service to be pretty good (and better than it used to be). They do charge you for something called 'G2A Shield' when you buy something, which is basically insurance for your purchase, so if you pay for that you'll be able to get a refund no problem. You can opt out of it to keep the price down but I'm not sure what recourse you'll have then - but if you pay with Paypal you can always file a claim with them instead.

    So saying things like CDKeys is better is comparing apples and oranges because CDKeys isn't a marketplace - they're responsible for their own keys, and even they have been known to sell batches of grey keys that have been revoked by the publisher.

    All of that said, I don't see how this can be posted as a deal on here because, as a marketplace, the prices fluctuate way too much. If there's a copy of The Witcher 2 for 54p it could be the only copy - and maybe it has gone already because right now I can see one seller selling it for 44p, one for 46p and one for 49p. When those are gone the next cheapest is 91p. So by the time you've posted it as a deal it could have expired.
    i remember once buying xbox live codes 2 out 3 codes didint work the advised me to contact microsoft so i did they give me the date the code had been redeemed something stupid like a week before. Give the transcript to g2a which they said something like we would need to confirm with them directly something they knew they would not do because Microsoft wont discus your account with a third party nor should they, i notice there now accepting paypal on there so if any code dosent work you could ask them use info in any dispute in paypal

    BUT NOT WORTH YOUR TIME TO BE HONEST
    Edited by: "shakey1981" 17th Sep 2017
    reddragon1059th Sep

    Not defending anyone/thing here, just want to clear something up - G2A is …Not defending anyone/thing here, just want to clear something up - G2A is not an untrustworthy site in the same way that eBay is not an untrustworthy site because G2A, like eBay, is a marketplace, with individual sellers each selling their own keys, whether they're an official reseller or are just someone who has a few spare keys from a Humble Bundle (which I sometimes use it for - and I'm trustworthy!).So the question isn't whether the site is trustworthy, it's whether the sellers are trustworthy and whether the site has a good system in place for when things go wrong. When it comes to sellers, you can see their feedback, just like eBay, so maybe you're better off paying a bit extra to buy a game from a seller with 10,000 feedback rather than buying from someone who just registered. As for when things go wrong, I've never personally had a problem with anything I bought on there but, from a seller perspective, I've found their customer service to be pretty good (and better than it used to be). They do charge you for something called 'G2A Shield' when you buy something, which is basically insurance for your purchase, so if you pay for that you'll be able to get a refund no problem. You can opt out of it to keep the price down but I'm not sure what recourse you'll have then - but if you pay with Paypal you can always file a claim with them instead.So saying things like CDKeys is better is comparing apples and oranges because CDKeys isn't a marketplace - they're responsible for their own keys, and even they have been known to sell batches of grey keys that have been revoked by the publisher.All of that said, I don't see how this can be posted as a deal on here because, as a marketplace, the prices fluctuate way too much. If there's a copy of The Witcher 2 for 54p it could be the only copy - and maybe it has gone already because right now I can see one seller selling it for 44p, one for 46p and one for 49p. When those are gone the next cheapest is 91p. So by the time you've posted it as a deal it could have expired.


    perhaps, but when the site seemingly has no control (nor desire to control) the legitimacy of the keys sold on the site, and offers no formal buyer protection, you can get the picture.
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