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Is G2A Legit?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Have any of you ever gotten any games from G2A ?


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Yeah it's legit jut use G2A shield.


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Have any of you ever gotten any games from G2A ?

No, but my friends have and it was always just fine.

And you can always get shield for like 1 dollar more so you are protected


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Have any of you ever gotten any games from G2A ?

 

G2A is beyond legit.. It's two levels above Epic.

I do all my shopping there.

 

That's why Steam Sales no longer matter to me... G2A = Year-Round Steam Sale.


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Have any of you ever gotten any games from G2A ?

G2A itself isn't "legit' or not, G2A is like eBay, it's a place where individual sellers sell codes to people, and G2A handles the customers and transactions. Honestly there's no way to tell if the specific seller providing you the key is legit or not. More often it's legit then not, but there's still a risk. Like when Origin or whoever came under fire a while back for a bunch of non-legit keys sold on G2A. If you use G2A Shield though you should be good.


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Have any of you ever gotten any games from G2A ?

 

Yes, be sure to use G2A Shield.

 

I have bought the premium thing of malwarebytes from there twice and both times it has worked, and I have also bought GTA 4 from there and it worked too.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Could've used the search button friendo.

 

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https://www.google.ca/search?q=site:linustechtips.com+is+G2a+legit&gws_rd=cr&ei=_XR8VZrwPISrNqWlgsgF

 

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OT: Yes, it is. Just make sure you use G2A shield if you buy from a marketplace user.

Sorry!  I always seem to forget about that. :/


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Sorry!  I always seem to forget about that. :/

I don't actually care, I don't use it anyways.

It's just there's so many topics on this question lol

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I have bought more than 10 games on g2a and have never experienced any problems 


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Think of it like Ebay. Ebay is legit, but not all the sellers are.

 

Use G2A Shield.


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