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kakomu

Status: abandoned (This account is not active)
North Riverside, Illinois, United StatesUnited States
Has traded with 73 Different Traders (79 total trades)
Ratings are excellent [99%] [73 ratings]
Last login: on 23-Jan-2013 at 9:21pm
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Member since: 19-Jun-2004
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Deal Preference: Trade, Buy or Sell
I Trade: Xbox 360 Games, PC Games, Movie DVDs, Xbox Games, PS2 Games, Gamecube games, nintendo DS games, GBA Games, anime DVDs
http://gametz.com/user/kakomu.html

Interests: stuff
Likes: electronic music

Comment:

http://www.kakomu.com

Hello all!

First of all, if you want to contact me, my AIM screen name is kakomat.

Second, I want to explain my trade list: I have thrown my whole games list up on my trade list, because I have a tenuous relationship with most of the games I own. Since I've become rather busy, I've had little time or energy to play games that I've either beaten, grown bored of, or never really cared much for in the first place.

As such, I just want everyone to know that just because a game is on my trade list doesn't necessarily mean I want to give it up, nor am I putting up games that I will never trade. I'd be willing to give up games if the right game comes along. So, that is why I decide my trades on a case by case method.

Some games I just don't want to give up for other games due to rarity or high value. However, if you have hardware on my want list and are willing to trade for some of the rarer games on my list, I'm all ears.

Please don't feel offended if I don't want to trade a specific game for another game (even if their prices are in parity)

I also have a collection of Anime DVDs.

Rules by which I trade: If you do not have a star, ever had a BTR or you are sending money, you send first. These are non-negotiable. If you don't like these rules, then don't offer a trade. However, consider my trader score, lack of BTR and star.

I stand by bartering. I receive few good initial trade offers and believe in working something out that is beneficial for both parties. If you are deadset on the initial offer and refuse to budge, so be it. I will most likely just keep countering with something else or decline outright. Be flexible or announce your intentions.

Lastly, be civil. If you don't like the offer I sent you, there is no reason to resort to name calling or disparities. I've already had more than enough people call me all sorts of names because they didn't like the offers I gave them (typically because some scheme of theirs to short change me fell through). You will not find me calling people names and I expect the same of you.