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I have a question about G2A.com how does it work and when i buy something and go to checkout what do i put as my location if i live in the United States?
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The United States?
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I'd say not worth it.

I've seen peoples steam games get revoked after purchasing a code off G2A.

All G2A products are bought with stolen credit cards which is why everything's really cheap because they need it gone asap.
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Skates wroteI'd say not worth it.

I've seen peoples steam games get revoked after purchasing a code off G2A.

All G2A products are bought with stolen credit cards which is why everything's really cheap because they need it gone asap.


I wouldnt say "all" ive purchased many games off of G2A, I love the site. But yeah you are right you can get games revoked if the seller bought the game with invalid card info HOWEVER this seems very rare. My personal experience isnt the concrete evidence but ive got maybe 25 games off of G2A without using G2A shield and never once did I have issues lol.

Its common sense if you see a game from a seller with only 5 market sales/0 stars and then the same game for a few dollars more except this seller has 5 stars with 50k sales then its just common sense to go with the seller that has the game for more money.

You can get games from trading, gifts, promos, bundles. Its not likely or fair to say that all games are stolen lol. My roommate sometimes sells games on G2A and all the games he sells are codes from bundles or codes he has received for free from purchasing other products.
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Skates wroteI'd say not worth it.

I've seen peoples steam games get revoked after purchasing a code off G2A.

All G2A products are bought with stolen credit cards which is why everything's really cheap because they need it gone asap.


I wouldnt say "all" ive purchased many games off of G2A, I love the site. But yeah you are right you can get games revoked if the seller bought the game with invalid card info HOWEVER this seems very rare. My personal experience isnt the concrete evidence but ive got maybe 25 games off of G2A without using G2A shield and never once did I have issues lol.

Its common sense if you see a game from a seller with only 5 market sales/0 stars and then the same game for a few dollars more except this seller has 5 stars with 50k sales then its just common sense to go with the seller that has the game for more money.

You can get games from trading, gifts, promos, bundles. Its not likely or fair to say that all games are stolen lol. My roommate sometimes sells games on G2A and all the games he sells are codes from bundles or codes he has received for free from purchasing other products.


Mhm didn't know that, haven't used G2A personally. Been to sketched out to do so.

I'll probably will give it a go in the future now.
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As for your question about what location you put, I'd recommend putting your actual location in. I personally just select a different country with 0% extra charges lol.
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Select the location, where you are right now, since if you select a EU country you could get a EU code meaning it may not work when trying to activate it in the US.
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Skates wroteI'd say not worth it.

I've seen peoples steam games get revoked after purchasing a code off G2A.

All G2A products are bought with stolen credit cards which is why everything's really cheap because they need it gone asap.


I have brought a couple games from G2A and I have never had a problem with any of my games being revoked. I still play these games on a daily basis and have been for a couple years now. Also TTG has a discount code for it to. Also why wouldn't you put your country as USA?
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