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Are Kinguin and G2A legit?

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Will you probably get a working key? Yes.

 

Do they sell grey market keys (unauthorised third-party keys which are bought with stolen credit cards) that are harmful to the gaming industry, especially to Indie developers, and continue to facilitate that sort of activity despite heavy criticism? Yes.

 

It will depend on your morals.

Many people say they have no problems buying from sites like g2a,  others say they sell stolen keys.  

I just want to know that if it is legit or not. 

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Will you probably get a working key? Yes.

 

Do they sell grey market keys (unauthorised third-party keys which are bought with stolen credit cards) that are harmful to the gaming industry, especially to Indie developers, and continue to facilitate that sort of activity despite heavy criticism? Yes.

 

It will depend on your morals.

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12 minutes ago, MichaelTownley said:

Many people say they have no problems buying from sites like g2a,  others say they sell stolen keys.  

I just want to know that if it is legit or not. 

They sell legit stuff,as simple answer as that!

   

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2 minutes ago, HKZeroFive said:

Will you probably get a working key? Yes.

 

Do they sell grey market keys (unauthorised third-party keys which are bought with stolen credit cards) that are harmful to the gaming industry, especially to Indie developers, and continue to facilitate that sort of activity despite heavy criticism? Yes.

 

It will depend on your morals.

I think that answers my question preety well. 

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Greetings everybody!

 

G2A has over 10 million users worldwide. We cooperate with some of the biggest companies in the world. This means that these brands have complete trust in G2A and consider us a stable, safe, as well as worthy, business partner. G2A's business model is 100% legal and G2A is fully transparent with all its activity.

 

We work like an eBay, if you have concerns abut our security. G2A enhances its security procedures regularly, constantly adding new verification tools in order to secure its marketplace. G2A currently uses a two-step verification process to ensure only the owner of the account can have access to it. G2A verifies each seller and auction to minimize the chance of corrupted or invalid products being sold on G2A Marketplace. G2A cooperates with partners and payment providers to ensure the highest security standards possible. Sellers undergo Know Your Customer (KYC) procedures and Anti Money Laundering (AML) checks which adhere to worldwide standards and regulations. Whenever G2A is provided with information concerning fraudulently obtained keys, these keys are immediately removed and all users who have committed fraud on G2A.COM are banned from the marketplace. If further investigation shows the user was not at fault, G2A will lift the ban. What is more, G2A is in cooperation with all the authorities to help them to clarify the issues.

 

With Best Regards,

 

Max G2A Team.

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12 hours ago, G2A_Team said:

Greetings everybody!

 

G2A has over 10 million users worldwide. We cooperate with some of the biggest companies in the world. This means that these brands have complete trust in G2A and consider us a stable, safe, as well as worthy, business partner. G2A's business model is 100% legal and G2A is fully transparent with all its activity.

 

We work like an eBay, if you have concerns abut our security. G2A enhances its security procedures regularly, constantly adding new verification tools in order to secure its marketplace. G2A currently uses a two-step verification process to ensure only the owner of the account can have access to it. G2A verifies each seller and auction to minimize the chance of corrupted or invalid products being sold on G2A Marketplace. G2A cooperates with partners and payment providers to ensure the highest security standards possible. Sellers undergo Know Your Customer (KYC) procedures and Anti Money Laundering (AML) checks which adhere to worldwide standards and regulations. Whenever G2A is provided with information concerning fraudulently obtained keys, these keys are immediately removed and all users who have committed fraud on G2A.COM are banned from the marketplace. If further investigation shows the user was not at fault, G2A will lift the ban. What is more, G2A is in cooperation with all the authorities to help them to clarify the issues.

 

With Best Regards,

 

Max G2A Team.

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also, its a grey market website. if you're okay with buying keys that were purchased with stolen credit cards, then by all means go for it. whatever you do, DO NOT purchase their shield bullshit, thats a scam straight up.

 

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