Interests: Tennis, golf, karaoke, and of course, video gamesQuote:
Likes: PC sports games
Dislikes: RPGs that are addictive and too time consuming
A deal is a deal. And a fair deal is a right and not a privilege.
The following is a brief listing of my trading practices...
1. I do not send first, but I have a good rating and
have been a member in good standing since 1999.
2. I prefer to sell or trade and not buy and will accept
online payment via PayPal only.
3. I'm partial to oldie retro titles that are hard to find but
am sometimes also interested in recent game releases.
4. As a rule I prefer console sports games but am open to
all genres providing they are critically acclaimed.
5. My games come with jewel cases or slip sleeves,
are in good condition and sent promptly.
6. Most include manuals in booklet form or on the CD
itself and are compatible with older versions of Windows.
7. I have such a large collection that I shun 1 for 1deals
and prefer to trade in quantities of 3 to 5 or more.
8. May trade 2 games on my available list for 1 game on my
wanted list and expect the opposite when I got a new game in demand
9. I am open to online play and sometimes offer upgrade
add-ons as a trade bonus to gaming fans I deal with.
10. Search the net for gaming reviews and feel free to
meet me in the chat room to discuss deals.
I offer an assortment of PC and console games. While my favorites are sports titles, I have a fair selection of all genres mixed in. I'm trying to downsize my collection. So I prefer to sell or trade in multiple quanties.
I have made 17 trades and/or purchases with 14 gametz members in the US and abroad, all of whom have sent first. That is a pretty good record of trust. My definition of "not sending first" is not sending until I first get my end of the deal. That is the only way I've ever traded and I've never had a problem.
I am not responsible for cheaply posted and/or lost mail items never received. So I suggest prompt action after a deal is made via insured Priority Mail and not 3rd class.