Likes: Good traders who are honest, practice good communication and respond to offers.Quote:
Dislikes: Rude traders who decline without reason or do not respond. Poor communication.
"You can see the sea". "It's over there between the land and the sky!"
I recently changed my user name from BIGDADDYJWT
I will be a courteous and respectful trader and expect the same.
I will respond to all fair and reasonable offers and expect the same courtesy.
I have a lot of older PS1, Dreamcast and Saturn games that are not yet listed that i would also be willing to trade, as well as some Saturn controllers.
I am looking to trade older Saturn & Dreamcast titles for PS3 and XBOX 360 titles. I am willing to skew the monetary value slightly in your favor as I no longer have and/or play these systems.
I am in the process of listing them, but it may take a while.
Not all of the older games have cases or manuals.
If there is something you are looking for just send me a message and I will see if I have it.
I don't list my game collection, because if it is in my collection I am not really willing to trade it.
After only a few trades I already know what it is like to be screwed by a bad trader. Therefore if you have BTR's or a poor rating you send first.
I will not accept an unbalanced offer. Don't expect me to accept any offer where the Amazon value is off by more than $5.00. For instance, if I am trading you a $100.00 worth of games or a system I will not accept $85.00 worth of merchandise in return or trade you two games worth $70.00 for a $30.00 game. If you are looking to make a killing, go elsewhere as I am only interested in balanced offers. I will counter offer if I am interested, but it will be a fair and balanced counter offer.
I rate the value of games with a combination of the Amazon value and common sense. The Amazon value is a good starting point and works for most games, but does not always reflect the game's true value, such as when a title is listed at .01 cent.
Why you shouldn't trust the post office: I recently sent a game to another trader. When i got the receipt from the cashier at the post office i noticed that it was going to the wrong town as he had typed in the wrong zip code. I pointed this out to the cashier and he said that it didn't matter as long as the address on my package was correct. 2 days later the package gets delivered to the wrong zip code, the other trader never receives his game and i am out a $25.00 game, $5.00 of postage and end up looking like a scammer. So, if the post office worker tells you it will be fine don't believe it. Insist that the barcode they print out matches the address you wrote on the package and always buy insurance because they won't pay for their mistakes even when it is obvious they screwed up. In short, they're a bunch of lazy bastards.