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March 03, 2016, 08:56:03 AM
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I just have a question. If this is not cracked how do you sell games 20% less than steam?

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March 03, 2016, 09:26:15 AM
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interested in FarCry 4 and FarCry primal

Clarified on how steam games can be priced (especially during sales, now there are no sales and therefore it'd be 100% steam price minus 20% btc discount).



I just have a question. If this is not cracked how do you sell games 20% less than steam?

Not cracked or family sharing dependant (I don't do anti denuvo stuff etc either). Games bought using my own funds. When trading/reselling 20% off is typical for steam games (it varies from person to person though)
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March 03, 2016, 09:29:18 AM
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I just have a question. If this is not cracked how do you sell games 20% less than steam?

Not cracked or family sharing dependant (I don't do anti denuvo stuff etc either). Games bought using my own funds. When trading/reselling 20% off is typical for steam games (it varies from person to person though)

Agreed but your also saying you'd sell games you still don't have.
Selling games you owned and finished with 20% discount is normal.
Selling games you don't have 20% off the price... means you found them  for even lower and you want to sell for a profit no?

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March 03, 2016, 09:36:17 AM
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I just have a question. If this is not cracked how do you sell games 20% less than steam?

Not cracked or family sharing dependant (I don't do anti denuvo stuff etc either). Games bought using my own funds. When trading/reselling 20% off is typical for steam games (it varies from person to person though)

Agreed but your also saying you'd sell games you still don't have.
Selling games you owned and finished with 20% discount is normal.
Selling games you don't have 20% off the price... means you found them  for even lower and you want to sell for a profit no?

Currently, if someone wants a certain game (on demand) then I'm willing to buy it straight from the US steam store (as a gift, not key).
As far as the issue of profit is concerned it looks like every (re)seller in this forum has their own agenda. However, BTC may be considered cheap now while in future it may become expensive.
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March 03, 2016, 09:48:44 AM
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I just have a question. If this is not cracked how do you sell games 20% less than steam?

Not cracked or family sharing dependant (I don't do anti denuvo stuff etc either). Games bought using my own funds. When trading/reselling 20% off is typical for steam games (it varies from person to person though)

Agreed but your also saying you'd sell games you still don't have.
Selling games you owned and finished with 20% discount is normal.
Selling games you don't have 20% off the price... means you found them  for even lower and you want to sell for a profit no?

Currently, if someone wants a certain game (on demand) then I'm willing to buy it straight from the US steam store (as a gift, not key).
As far as the issue of profit is concerned it looks like every (re)seller in this forum has their own agenda. However, BTC may be considered cheap now while in future it may become expensive.

Ok so a void answer from you.
Well I don't really care. I just find it rather hypocrite to see someone selling stolen games (unless you provide proof of payment I don't see how you could make profit on games you just bought if you sell them back with 20% discount) getting green trust from DT while people selling Microsoft keys are tagged as scammers...

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March 03, 2016, 10:03:36 AM
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I just have a question. If this is not cracked how do you sell games 20% less than steam?

Not cracked or family sharing dependant (I don't do anti denuvo stuff etc either). Games bought using my own funds. When trading/reselling 20% off is typical for steam games (it varies from person to person though)

Agreed but your also saying you'd sell games you still don't have.
Selling games you owned and finished with 20% discount is normal.
Selling games you don't have 20% off the price... means you found them  for even lower and you want to sell for a profit no?

Currently, if someone wants a certain game (on demand) then I'm willing to buy it straight from the US steam store (as a gift, not key).
As far as the issue of profit is concerned it looks like every (re)seller in this forum has their own agenda. However, BTC may be considered cheap now while in future it may become expensive.

Ok so a void answer from you.
Well I don't really care. I just find it rather hypocrite to see someone selling stolen games (unless you provide proof of payment I don't see how you could make profit on games you just bought if you sell them back with 20% discount) getting green trust from DT while people selling Microsoft keys are tagged as scammers...

To accuse someone of scamming/stealing you need proof and now there seems to be none.
I've been trading/reselling steam games for over a year now. I haven't done much business on btctalk. However, I'v made ~300 trades; got ~50 positive feedback on steamgifts; I havent been reported on steamrep for games being revoked or scam attempts; I haven't been vac/trade banned either.  I have ~400 games (in my 8 years old steam acc) as well as a long a steam purchase history (~1.5 years old). I doubt anyone would get away with stealing items etc for this long, unless they are genius. All this may not appear like much to you, but it appears to be enough to other people.

I didn't include my steamprofile (and other links) due to a simple reason: to avoid scammers, stalkers, great business(wo)men etc.
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March 03, 2016, 10:17:00 AM
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To accuse someone of scamming/stealing you need proof and now there seems to be none.
I've been trading/reselling steam games for over a year now. I haven't done much business on btctalk. However, I'v made ~300 trades; got ~50 positive feedback on steamgifts; I havent been reported on steamrep for games being revoked or scam attempts; I haven't been vac/trade banned either.  I have ~400 games (in my 8 years old steam acc) as well as a long a steam purchase history (~1.5 years old). I doubt anyone would get away with stealing items etc for this long, unless they are genius. All this may not appear like much to you, but it appears to be enough to other people.

I didn't include my steamprofile (and other links) due to a simple reason: to avoid scammers, stalkers, great business(wo)men etc.

This was not an accusation. Even if all you said still don't explain how you can make profit by selling bought games 20% less than how you bought it.

It was just because what you're doing is exactly the same than what others are doing with microsoft keys.
They get red trust instantly. not you.

And I don't see why.

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March 03, 2016, 10:38:17 AM
Last edit: March 04, 2016, 01:22:33 PM by mickelody
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To accuse someone of scamming/stealing you need proof and now there seems to be none.
I've been trading/reselling steam games for over a year now. I haven't done much business on btctalk. However, I'v made ~300 trades; got ~50 positive feedback on steamgifts; I havent been reported on steamrep for games being revoked or scam attempts; I haven't been vac/trade banned either.  I have ~400 games (in my 8 years old steam acc) as well as a long a steam purchase history (~1.5 years old). I doubt anyone would get away with stealing items etc for this long, unless they are genius. All this may not appear like much to you, but it appears to be enough to other people.

I didn't include my steamprofile (and other links) due to a simple reason: to avoid scammers, stalkers, great business(wo)men etc.

This was not an accusation. Even if all you said still don't explain how you can make profit by selling bought games 20% less than how you bought it.

It was just because what you're doing is exactly the same than what others are doing with microsoft keys.
They get red trust instantly. not you.

And I don't see why.


To further unlock the mystery on my profit making I'll refer to what I mentioned earlier:

(..)As far as the issue of profit is concerned it looks like every (re)seller in this forum has their own agenda. However, BTC may be considered cheap now while in future it may become expensive.

I also mentioned:

(..) I've been trading/reselling steam games for over a year now.

I sold a considerable amount of CSGO/TF2 keys and steam games for BTC when btc was worth ~240. Now the price increased to ~420. By referring to the price change one may come to a conclusion I'v made $~136 (per one btc if I choose to spend it). I could have not dumped ~$284 ( $240 + ~20%) into steam games but then I wouldn't have made ~$136. To one this may look like a risky longshot but it appears it paid off. All in all, 280 vs 420 in btc does look different (provided the btc was obtained for ~$240).

My discounts (on gifts) are subject to change and vary in respect of or can be affected by:
- demand on product: e.g too many copies vs too little copies (provided the two different games have the same discount price)
- price change:
a. some games can be bought cheaper from the steam store once in a blue moon, e.g Insurgency $2.24 vs 5.09; Tomb Raider $3 vs 5
b. some games decrease in their base price (due to various reasons e.g performance issues, being unpopular or outdated etc), e.g Far Cry 4 & Batman Arkham Knight $60 -> 40
- availability: some games tend to be removed from the steam store but not from steam library/inventory once bought, e.g State of Decay vs State of Decay YOSE
- game type: gift vs key/code (gifts seem easier to verify when sent/received/traded/redeemed)
- price difference: country vs country (currency)
- my own personal preferences

 I obviously don't plan on spending BTC (on real-life stuff) when I get it for 20% less (when the price is <~420/1 btc). Neither do I mind risking it when I notice sudden BTC price changes (to avoid potential loss or to make potential profit).

Whether or not it is worthwhile to take risk with BTC with a view to making profit in, say 6-12 months, (like the one I took months ago) is debatable. However, I'm the kind of the person who doesnt mind doing so.



(..) It was just because what you're doing is exactly the same than what others are doing with microsoft keys.
They get red trust instantly. not you.

And I don't see why.

I did my best at explaining the issue of stolen goods etc earlier. To sum up: nothing I (re)sold or traded has ever dissapeared or been revoked nor have I attempted a scam.
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March 05, 2016, 05:37:41 PM
Last edit: March 07, 2016, 07:46:22 PM by mickelody
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Temporary increase in prices due to sudden BTC instability
Current prices for games I already have in my inventory: price I already set + 20%
Games on demand: 5% off only changed -> 15% off

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March 05, 2016, 11:57:23 PM
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Price for Tom Clancy's : The Division?
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March 06, 2016, 01:16:01 AM
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I would really like to buy some copies of CSGO. Do you have any? I would also like to buy some copies of GTA V.


 
 
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March 06, 2016, 08:37:27 AM
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Price for Tom Clancy's : The Division?

 Tom clancys the division costs $59.99 in the steam store (isn't on sale). Steam may throw a 10% discount at the game soon after its official launch, though.
59.99 + 15% off = $51 in btc

The reason for the temporary 5% off is the sudden BTC instability  between March 4nd and 6th. (http://www.coindesk.com/price/)

I would really like to buy some copies of CSGO. Do you have any? I would also like to buy some copies of GTA V.

No, I haven't atm. However, I saw some people sell csgo gift/key for $6.5-10 each.
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March 07, 2016, 08:00:51 PM
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ill buy the division for $45
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March 09, 2016, 02:56:46 PM
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I would like to buy http://store.steampowered.com/app/366844/

I have exactly 0.032729btc

Msg me if interested

Thanks

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March 15, 2016, 10:00:38 PM
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To accuse someone of scamming/stealing you need proof and now there seems to be none.
I've been trading/reselling steam games for over a year now. I haven't done much business on btctalk. However, I'v made ~300 trades; got ~50 positive feedback on steamgifts; I havent been reported on steamrep for games being revoked or scam attempts; I haven't been vac/trade banned either.  I have ~400 games (in my 8 years old steam acc) as well as a long a steam purchase history (~1.5 years old). I doubt anyone would get away with stealing items etc for this long, unless they are genius. All this may not appear like much to you, but it appears to be enough to other people.

I didn't include my steamprofile (and other links) due to a simple reason: to avoid scammers, stalkers, great business(wo)men etc.

This was not an accusation. Even if all you said still don't explain how you can make profit by selling bought games 20% less than how you bought it.

It was just because what you're doing is exactly the same than what others are doing with microsoft keys.
They get red trust instantly. not you.

And I don't see why.
Sir Laosai,
Selling steam games (buy on demand) less than 15% more cheaper from steam store is a ez math method for someone who already know how to deal with steam wallet.

Sorry OP, just want to help a bit Smiley
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March 19, 2016, 06:24:10 PM
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you have or you can get Grand Theft Auto V?
if yes how much ?



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March 19, 2016, 06:32:14 PM
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Games on demand: not buying/selling
Games I have in my inventory: fixed price

If I don't have the game you're looking for (inventory) then it means I don't have it at all.

so its mean you selling games on just from your inventory ?

because im looking for the divison  Grin

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April 09, 2016, 02:38:18 AM
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Games on demand: not buying/selling
Games I have in my inventory: fixed price

If I don't have the game you're looking for (inventory) then it means I don't have it at all.

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You should try www.gamebet.gg you can sell your games there.

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