Interests: Video games, books, anything pinkQuote:
Likes: everything video games
Dislikes: people who claim that I'm "too old" for such "childishness"
Second place = biggest loser
Like most folks I have rules for trading. They are as follows:
1.Unless your feedback is much and quite outstanding, you ship first - period. If your feedback is great and you're comfortable with it we both ship at the same time.
2.I ship light packet to you, you ship light packet to me. It takes 7-14 days for packages to get to the states typically. In the US and Canada that's light packet. It costs app $2.50 USD to ship light packet to Canada. Please note that packages do get to the states quicker than they get to Canada. Our customs is tight so at times it could take up to a month for a game to get from you to me.
3.Scans and/or photos provided upon request. I ask that you show me the same courtesy.
4.I don't want to hear "but this game is worth $x.xx and you want to trade something that's worth $x.xx! Games in Canada tend to run a MINIMUM of $10 more than in the US (most are $20 more). If you think your money is worth that much more than our's think again. As of February 20 2008 $1 Canadian is worth $1.01 USD. I also don't care what eBay prices are and I don't care how much your local store sells a certain game for. I do know what the values of games are and try to trade accordingly (and taking the exchange rates in mind).
I've been collecting since the Atari days and am currently collecting only games I play. I'm not too well known to the general population though I have made quite a few trades with folks you may be familiar with (Joe Santulli, Russ Perry Jr, & Rich Rezza). I've also got 100% positive feedback on ebay, user ID is Antimind everywhere. I've run across my share of bad traders and I warn you - if you plan on trading with me you'd better be straight up. I will take legal action.