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Does anyone trade for credit anymore?

  1. yankees7448 yankees7448

    Total Posts: 210

    Joined: 25 Nov 2015

    Quote by Greasy_Gamer


    I still trade for credits,  but I don't keep a balance of more than 30.   When I get a game,  I sell something on here that wouldn't fetch me enough on eBay to justify the seller fees and shipping costs.



    People should never put more into this site than they are willing to lose. I think you're doing things the right way.

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  2. willster98 willster98

    Total Posts: 248

    Joined: 3 Feb 2014

    Greasy, as long as you keep hooking me up with PS Vita games, you will be alright in my book

     

    Eric in Nebraska

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  3. Greasy_Gamer Greasy_Gamer

    Total Posts: 113

    Joined: 9 Jan 2014

    I got Dragon Quest Builders ( Asia English Version )  and Rayman Legends,  but I won't be done with them anytime soon.  Maybe we can work out another deal in the future.

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  4. willster98 willster98

    Total Posts: 248

    Joined: 3 Feb 2014

    I am still playing through World of Final Fantasy on the Vita, but hit me up anytime...

     

    E in N

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  5. TheBlueMeanie TheBlueMeanie

    Total Posts: 385

    Joined: 14 Jan 2014

    Quote by yankees7448


    I didn't troll him. He was complaining about being stuck with a boatload of credits. I showed him exactly how he made things worse for himself so that he can accept his own portion of the blame. That person had no self awareness. I provided it for him. He could have disagreed with me and/or explained his point of view. He didn't. Maybe he had a good explaination. But without a response I think its safe to say that he knows I am right.



     


    You absolutely did troll him, and you're so blindly arrogant to it that you're convinved that the guy not replying is somehow making you "right" and as if you did him a favor. Ever occur to you that he might not want to deal with a pompous troll that talked down to him? You may be a little more subtle about it, but you're just as big a troll as anyone here. And if you have no interest in communicating, then quit replying. That lends it self to my no self-awareness point.


     


    In any case, others are now aware of your bullshit.


     


    Have a nice day! Smile


     


     

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  6. yankees7448 yankees7448

    Total Posts: 210

    Joined: 25 Nov 2015

    Quote by TheBlueMeanie


     


    You absolutely did troll him, and you're so blindly arrogant to it that you're convinved that the guy not replying is somehow making you "right" and as if you did him a favor. Ever occur to you that he might not want to deal with a pompous troll that talked down to him? You may be a little more subtle about it, but you're just as big a troll as anyone here. And if you have no interest in communicating, then quit replying. That lends it self to my no self-awareness point.


     


    In any case, others are now aware of your bullshit.


     


    Have a nice day! Smile


     


     



     


     I absolutely did not troll him. An example of trolling would be to have an argument with someone, stop communicating with them for at least 7 months only to instigate another argument about something I had said to someone else a full month prior to your response. And you didn't even respond to my argument you just started talking crap. That's trollng.


     


    What I did was break down this guys transactions in order to show him where he went wrong.At the very least, I think everyone can agree that his decision to sell The Elder Scrolls Online was a monumentally bad decision. And if he was telling the truth about having 150 total credits then he must have purchased credits at some point to make up for the difference between what he says he has and what his transaction history suggests he should have. If he was telling the truth then purchase of the credits and every game he sold afterwards were bad decisions as well because he sold 65 credits worth of games within his first few weeks.

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