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Posted 5th Apr

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This seems to work which offers more of a discount than the current #StayHome code that's displayed on the home page which is only 10% (STAYINSIDE)

I just used a 15% off on a game just now (GGDLS15)
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It is a CDKey store similar to G2A. I have bought from there and have had no issues so far. Others may have different expereineces.
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i read this website before it seems you can SELL on there, anybody done this?

i think they allow paypal , but i wish they accepted mobile credit at these stores
that way you could use you pay as you go top up rather then your credit/debit details

lots people say that theres good and bad on these sorts of key seller websites
it just difficult to know
Forgot this website existed lol
40310124-Oapx6.jpg£35 PSN comes to £28.31 if it helps anyone
cashinpocket05/04/2020 17:07

i read this website before it seems you can SELL on there, anybody done …i read this website before it seems you can SELL on there, anybody done this?i think they allow paypal , but i wish they accepted mobile credit at these storesthat way you could use you pay as you go top up rather then your credit/debit detailslots people say that theres good and bad on these sorts of key seller websitesit just difficult to know


Kinguin (and similarly, G2A) is one of the last places where you'd want to use mobile credit. It's not unlikely that you'll receive a stolen or otherwise non-working key and if you pay by credit/debit card or PayPal, you have at least some extent of payment protection.
Thank you, never (touch wood) had a problem with then.
Illusionary05/04/2020 17:16

Kinguin (and similarly, G2A) is one of the last places where you'd want to …Kinguin (and similarly, G2A) is one of the last places where you'd want to use mobile credit. It's not unlikely that you'll receive a stolen or otherwise non-working key and if you pay by credit/debit card or PayPal, you have at least some extent of payment protection.



So i understand this correctly say for example i pay by paypal i could then claim my money back if something goes wrong?

i just never done it before and so im not sure how the claim would work.

Also i read that if a key gets flagged as stolen steam will just remove it from your account and wont say anything,
you might not even notice it and months later you cant do anything about it!

So for this reason i only look at games that are very old and cheap less then £10 at the most, becuase i dont
want to buy and then lose it.

love to know what your experiences are with this sort of thing

thanks for the tip btw
Just got it for 35.50 with PayPal link. Code worked fine. Thanks
Illusionary05/04/2020 17:16

Kinguin (and similarly, G2A) is one of the last places where you'd want to …Kinguin (and similarly, G2A) is one of the last places where you'd want to use mobile credit. It's not unlikely that you'll receive a stolen or otherwise non-working key and if you pay by credit/debit card or PayPal, you have at least some extent of payment protection.


I've never had a problem with them before and you can buy protection around 40p to guarantee another code if you have a problem. Sellers are rated too
cashinpocket05/04/2020 17:43

So i understand this correctly say for example i pay by paypal i could …So i understand this correctly say for example i pay by paypal i could then claim my money back if something goes wrong?i just never done it before and so im not sure how the claim would work.Also i read that if a key gets flagged as stolen steam will just remove it from your account and wont say anything,you might not even notice it and months later you cant do anything about it! So for this reason i only look at games that are very old and cheap less then £10 at the most, becuase i dontwant to buy and then lose it.love to know what your experiences are with this sort of thingthanks for the tip btw


Never used them, never intend to - sites like this are rife with stolen keys and encourage key theft. PayPal and/or credit card payment *may* offer some form of protection (certainly, it's better than mobile payment), but I wouldn't assume that that's watertight.

You're correct than stolen keys can be unilaterally revoked from accounts in certain cases, and may even lead to an adverse flag on your account as a result.
Da3s0n05/04/2020 17:55

I've never had a problem with them before and you can buy protection …I've never had a problem with them before and you can buy protection around 40p to guarantee another code if you have a problem. Sellers are rated too


Doesn't the fact that they offer to sell 'protection' to customers tell you something about the nature of the keys being advertised?
Illusionary05/04/2020 17:57

Never used them, never intend to - sites like this are rife with stolen …Never used them, never intend to - sites like this are rife with stolen keys and encourage key theft. PayPal and/or credit card payment *may* offer some form of protection (certainly, it's better than mobile payment), but I wouldn't assume that that's watertight.You're correct than stolen keys can be unilaterally revoked from accounts in certain cases, and may even lead to an adverse flag on your account as a result.



yes i agree

i do know that some people win keys and then dont need them so they want to sell or swap

which is what this kingpuin website says it does so i looked into it much as i could

i have spare keys that i dont need for steam so i was thinking about trading them in for any other game
i dont have, but its not easy as

i might try it as i dont care about losing the keys but i wouldnt mind swaping

there must be a way to swap games on steam , wish i knew how
PayPal won't cover you. I have had to ask in the past.
I'm happy if i'm wrong but check before you by
cashinpocket05/04/2020 18:08

yes i agreei do know that some people win keys and then dont need them so …yes i agreei do know that some people win keys and then dont need them so they want to sell or swapwhich is what this kingpuin website says it does so i looked into it much as i couldi have spare keys that i dont need for steam so i was thinking about trading them in for any other gamei dont have, but its not easy asi might try it as i dont care about losing the keys but i wouldnt mind swapingthere must be a way to swap games on steam , wish i knew how


If you want to sell spare keys, try avforums.com

However, if I could suggest an alternative - I run a weekly giveaway here on HUKD, but I rely on donations from members to keep it going. I'm always very grateful for any spares (via PM) - and you can of course enter yourself for a chance to win!

Here's the latest: hotukdeals.com/dis…020
Edited by: "Illusionary" 5th Apr
Illusionary05/04/2020 18:27

If you want to sell spare keys, try avforums.comHowever, if I could …If you want to sell spare keys, try avforums.comHowever, if I could suggest an alternative - I run a weekly giveaway here on HUKD, but I rely on donations from members to keep it going. I'm always very grateful for any spares (via PM) - and you can of course enter yourself for a chance to win! Here's the latest: https://www.hotukdeals.com/discussions/weekly-game-codes-giveaway-314-3433020



oh iv not sent a PM yet my first week on hot deals, i was a lurker without signing in for years

i dont really go into that misc section but i will join in

Do i vote in the top comments section ?

i will vote for one A and one B right?
cashinpocket05/04/2020 18:36

oh iv not sent a PM yet my first week on hot deals, i was a lurker without …oh iv not sent a PM yet my first week on hot deals, i was a lurker without signing in for years i dont really go into that misc section but i will join inDo i vote in the top comments section ?i will vote for one A and one B right?


Not in the top comments, no - that only shows the most 'liked' comments. Look below the top comments to the full comments section, where you'll see the posts for each game.

If you'd like to donate but can't yet send PMs, just let me know and I can send one to you - you'll then be able to reply based on that.

Also, welcome to the site!
Edited by: "Illusionary" 5th Apr
ok i will look into this , thanks for letting me know i am always on the look out for games

and thanks good to be here great website!
Illusionary05/04/2020 17:16

Kinguin (and similarly, G2A) is one of the last places where you'd want to …Kinguin (and similarly, G2A) is one of the last places where you'd want to use mobile credit. It's not unlikely that you'll receive a stolen or otherwise non-working key and if you pay by credit/debit card or PayPal, you have at least some extent of payment protection.


the site used to be banned on HUKD not sure why posts are leaking through again
Wasn't this a site that developed a really bad reputation for selling invalid/stolen keys that resulted in quite a bit of media attention? It was about 4-5 years ago but I definitely remember the name Kinguin being bandied around. :/
GothBoy05/04/2020 22:12

Wasn't this a site that developed a really bad reputation for selling …Wasn't this a site that developed a really bad reputation for selling invalid/stolen keys that resulted in quite a bit of media attention? It was about 4-5 years ago but I definitely remember the name Kinguin being bandied around. :/


You're thinking of G2A, but Kinguin operates pretty much the same business model.
Illusionary05/04/2020 22:37

You're thinking of G2A, but Kinguin operates pretty much the same business …You're thinking of G2A, but Kinguin operates pretty much the same business model.


It appears that G2A was part of the same 'scandal' I was thinking of. They were both operating the same way (I don't know if that's how they still work) by acting like eBay where you buy from a third party but they were making it look like you were buying direct. Keygens were being used to create keys en masse that were then sold via both Kinguin & G2A to unsuspecting buyers who thought they were buying a Microsoft product from an authorised dealer. In reality they were buying from Mr(s) Scabby Thief selling via those two stores who were themselves taking a cut of the sales. All allegedly, of course.
and then people loose their accounts being just a victim of missold stolen products pretending to be a legal sale, which is why the deals used to be banned on hukd
GothBoy05/04/2020 23:39

It appears that G2A was part of the same 'scandal' I was thinking of. They …It appears that G2A was part of the same 'scandal' I was thinking of. They were both operating the same way (I don't know if that's how they still work) by acting like eBay where you buy from a third party but they were making it look like you were buying direct. Keygens were being used to create keys en masse that were then sold via both Kinguin & G2A to unsuspecting buyers who thought they were buying a Microsoft product from an authorised dealer. In reality they were buying from Mr(s) Scabby Thief selling via those two stores who were themselves taking a cut of the sales. All allegedly, of course.


Yes, that's exactly what I was referring to above - and it's more than just alleged.
Crooks
Thanks
Illusionary05/04/2020 18:01

Doesn't the fact that they offer to sell 'protection' to customers tell …Doesn't the fact that they offer to sell 'protection' to customers tell you something about the nature of the keys being advertised?


They are third party sellers no different than Amazon offering protection on their third party sellers but I get your point!
Da3s0n08/04/2020 14:18

They are third party sellers no different than Amazon offering protection …They are third party sellers no different than Amazon offering protection on their third party sellers but I get your point!


A key difference is that Amazon doesn't then attempt to make money from its customers on the back of the untrustworthiness of its product listings.
cashinpocket05/04/2020 17:07

i read this website before it seems you can SELL on there, anybody done …i read this website before it seems you can SELL on there, anybody done this?i think they allow paypal , but i wish they accepted mobile credit at these storesthat way you could use you pay as you go top up rather then your credit/debit detailslots people say that theres good and bad on these sorts of key seller websitesit just difficult to know


I've sold spare keys on G2A and Kinguin before. 99% of the time it's a smooth process, but there are bad buyers as well as bad sellers - i.e. people who will buy keys from you and then initiate a chargeback on Paypal or their credit card or whatever. The websites will cover you as long as you can show some evidence that you bought the keys, like screenshots of them in your Humble account, etc.

But there are other places to sell or trade them - such as AV Forums Classifieds, SteamTrades.com or barter.vg.
Illusionary05/04/2020 17:57

Never used them, never intend to - sites like this are rife with stolen …Never used them, never intend to - sites like this are rife with stolen keys and encourage key theft. PayPal and/or credit card payment *may* offer some form of protection (certainly, it's better than mobile payment), but I wouldn't assume that that's watertight.You're correct than stolen keys can be unilaterally revoked from accounts in certain cases, and may even lead to an adverse flag on your account as a result.


So far on all the sites I've used not had one stolen key. I know the risks but until it impacts me I won't stop using a site that can save me money. If you don't want to use it then fair enough.
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