Again, I myself have never had a problem with G2A.
Again, out of 20-30 games over the last couple of years, I've never had one revoked or disabled or got the wrong key or couldn't enter it.
Oh, I guess it's alright then. You never had a key revoked, so f*ck the literal hundreds of thousands of users who have had games removed from them in the past thanks to G2A. But as long as you are alright, then G2A can continue their bullsh*t.
When you get your game, just think about the person who's game you just stole from. The 10 year old kid that just saved up to buy his favourite game, only to be met with "Invalid Key". Think about the developer who spent their time making the game, only to get absolutely nothing from it, and all the money gets sent to the scammer who stole the key. But I'm glad you're happy.
I don't care what people post on the internet because (especially at reddit) for all I know, they are just competitors or people who are paid to attack competitors (again, especially on reddit).
Yeah f*ck the indie developers that have spent thousands of hours creating their game and want to make money from their hard work. They are just competitors, meanwhile; G2A is profiteering off illegally stolen keys, can chargeback developers on those stolen keys, and f*ck the people whos keys are stolen.
Where else should customers and developers post about G2A experiences, other than the largest forum on the entire internet?
People scam on eBay and Amazon, selling counterfeit stuff - and just like those places, G2A cleans it up when it happens. IF you buy G2A Shield, you have a guarantee.
eBay and Amazon do not directly promote scams, and illegal practices. You are not protected with G2A Shield if your key gets revoked. If your stolen key is removed from you, G2A will not refund you.
Otherwise, terms clearly explain that it's at your own risk
I love this. Take a second to think why they have a disclaimer to use the site "at your own risk". Kind of f*cked up, huh?
You do not tell me to stop when you are the one who started! Not cool. You tell people not to buy from a site that I mentioned when the guy was asking where he can find a good price - well, the best price happens to be on G2A. You are not the boss of me, and you're not as smart as you think you are, because of the other stuff you said about AV and such.
Notice your post with the G2A link has been removed. Have a guess why it was.
And you are completely outdated on your facts. G2A pays royalties to devs now, too.
They are working on it like any other good upstanding company would. I guess you don't know that though? Well, now you do.
Did you even read your own sources? G2A are still selling stolen keys, whether they pay the developer royalties or not. Do you realise the minimum a developer would normally get for their own game is 70%. Not 10%.
Someone is still getting their keys stolen, G2A is still profiteering from the stolen/scammed keys, and developers are still getting ripped off. It is killing the independent market.