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#11 - notafunnyguy (09/08/2013) [-]
i hate hearing how gamestop rips you off. its a pawnshop. they TELL you how much they can give you before they take your games. if you get 50$ for 600$ worth of games, you dont HAVE to take that offer. if you want to wait, you can sell those games online or elsewhere. pawnshops are for quick money so dont expect full or even 40% value from your games. if you wanna know anger, try taking a 140$ ring to a pawnshop and being offered 11$ for it. no, i didnt go " **** GUESS IM ONLY GETTING 11$ NOW IM GONNA TELL PEOPLE HOW I GOT RIPPED OFF" . a normal, intelligent human would say " no thank you" and walk away ,knowing what his offer is if he cant sell it himself
User avatar #94 to #11 - zorororonoa (09/08/2013) [-]
I agree. Gamestop isn't buying your games so they can play. If that was the case they would pay a lot more. They are buying the games so that they can re-sell it and make a profit. If you want consumer value, sell to a consumer. Gamestop is not a consumer.
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#65 to #12 - jinkazama (09/08/2013) [-]
1. That ain't illegal.

2. That's not something commonly done by gamestop, nor only done by gamestop, metroid prime collection was often over $100 because of how rare it was. Pre-owned.
User avatar #27 to #12 - cutiepyro (09/08/2013) [-]
what are some other illegal stuff they've done
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