FuxieDK wrote:I saw a TBC CE where the description said "The key might or might not have been used"....
Great way to cover your ass, when selling "damaged goods"....
Sikoya wrote:I've bought a couple of pets through eBay lately and so far, my experiences have only been positive
That being said, I also have my eBay-related pet peeves. For instance, I find those sellers a little irritating that describe their collector's editions as BRAND NEW or FACTORY SEALED in the titles only to clarify in the description (sometimes in rather unobtrusive places) that they're only selling the extras. Or those sellers that don't describe (as in using words) what they're putting up for auction and just state something like "you get what's in the pictures".
Madja wrote:I stay away from the ones that state they don't know whether the code has been used or not.
It is possible, though, to contact Blizzard and ask them to confirm whether a code is still valid. I've done this multiple times. Simply ask the seller to do this and if they refuse then don't buy from them.
Sarahwills31 wrote:i have 3 sellers in europe i trust, as i have had good experience from them, all 3 are in germany.
Always happy to buy from them, but yes there are a lot of dodgy sellers on ebay, always interesting as well to read the buyers feedback as well before you purchase.
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