Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Steam Key GLOBAL - £26.22 @ G2A
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Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Steam Key GLOBAL - £26.22 @ G2A

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Found 4th Nov 2017
We're waiting for sub £20 but might help someone.
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    I'll pass just because it's G2A, plus there's hidden costs. Have to pay an extra £2.68 for shield just so you can get customer support in the event the key doesn't work or gets revoked (something that should be free!), and you have a payment fee of £1.48 for using PayPal. So really the cost is £30.38, making it more expensive than a more reliable site such as CDkeys
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    I'll pass just because it's G2A, plus there's hidden costs. Have to pay an extra £2.68 for shield just so you can get customer support in the event the key doesn't work or gets revoked (something that should be free!), and you have a payment fee of £1.48 for using PayPal. So really the cost is £30.38, making it more expensive than a more reliable site such as CDkeys
    MrWeeWoo6 m ago

    I'll pass just because it's G2A, plus there's hidden costs. Have to pay an …I'll pass just because it's G2A, plus there's hidden costs. Have to pay an extra £2.68 for shield just so you can get customer support in the event the key doesn't work or gets revoked (something that should be free!), and you have a payment fee of £1.48 for using PayPal. So really the cost is £30.38, making it more expensive than a more reliable site such as CDkeys





    "£2.68 for shield"


    Erm just do a paypal chargeback!
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    MrWeeWoo1 h, 17 m ago

    I'll pass just because it's G2A, plus there's hidden costs. Have to pay an …I'll pass just because it's G2A, plus there's hidden costs. Have to pay an extra £2.68 for shield just so you can get customer support in the event the key doesn't work or gets revoked (something that should be free!), and you have a payment fee of £1.48 for using PayPal. So really the cost is £30.38, making it more expensive than a more reliable site such as CDkeys


    I used Kinguin a lot in the past, but noticed nowadays (and maybe for some time), that unless you buy their protection you're on your own if there's a problem with the transaction. That doesn't strictly sound legal to me. If you buy from them, you enter into a contract etc etc.
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    fattyuk1 h, 14 m ago

    "£2.68 for shield"Erm just do a paypal chargeback!


    Does it cover digital goods? Some years ago I rented a server to run some games on. When it went down for three days without response from the supporting company, I tried a chargeback which ultimately Paypal refused. The said that I had been provided with the service, which isn't true because it went down about a week into a monthly rental, therefore I didn't even get the months' worth I'd paid for.

    Sorry for the lengthy post to a simple question, but I thought a simple example might suggest a get-out for Paypal.
    deleted1922904th Nov 2017

    Does it cover digital goods? Some years ago I rented a server to run some …Does it cover digital goods? Some years ago I rented a server to run some games on. When it went down for three days without response from the supporting company, I tried a chargeback which ultimately Paypal refused. The said that I had been provided with the service, which isn't true because it went down about a week into a monthly rental, therefore I didn't even get the months' worth I'd paid for.Sorry for the lengthy post to a simple question, but I thought a simple example might suggest a get-out for Paypal.





    g2a dont dispute paypal disputes, trust me i made a dispute for £900 of cs go skins, and they didnt bat an eyelid.

    edit: i was only disputing 1 item for about £160, but they never replied and i got a full refund for the whole lot.
    Edited by: "fattyuk" 4th Nov 2017
    MrWeeWoo8 h, 14 m ago

    I'll pass just because it's G2A, plus there's hidden costs. Have to pay an …I'll pass just because it's G2A, plus there's hidden costs. Have to pay an extra £2.68 for shield just so you can get customer support in the event the key doesn't work or gets revoked (something that should be free!), and you have a payment fee of £1.48 for using PayPal. So really the cost is £30.38, making it more expensive than a more reliable site such as CDkeys


    How many times did you use G2A and upon key not working did not get customer support when buying without G2A shield?
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