Status: abandoned (This account is not active)
Kentucky, United StatesUnited States
Has traded with 30 Different Traders (37 total trades)
Ratings are excellent [100%] [30 ratings]
Last login: on 24-Dec-2018 at 7:24pm
Subscriber: not currently subscribed
Member since: 18-Nov-2008
Page Hits: 1 today (3 in the last 30 days)
Deal Preference: Trade or Sell
I Trade: Xbox One, PSOne RPGs, SNES, GameCube, Dreamcast

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Interests: God, video games, baseball, football, sports cards
Likes: Honesty, kindness, Tennessee Titans football
Dislikes: Dishonest, rude, intolerant people


I am new to the online video game trading world, but not to online trading. I have been trading sports cards online for several years; on www.tradingcardcentral.com I have 147 successfully completed transactions. I also have trading accounts at www.thebenchtrading.com and freedomcardboard.com/forum .

The video game selection in my hometown isn't the best, so I hope GameTZ can offer a different way to obtain a few older or "hard-to-find" games. I have no problem with sending first, although I do prefer to trade only with established members since I am a new trader here. At times indecisiveness is a weakness for me, and I apologize for that.

Check out my lists and let's get a trade in the works! Certain games from my collection might be available, depending on what you have in return for what you want.

Note: Due to an ever-changing work schedule (Wal-Mart!), my available trading days change each week. Some weeks, I may not have a chance to run to the post office, so please be patient if we are negotiating a transaction. I also do not have a PayPal account, so any purchases I make will be by money order or concealed cash. I realize this is an issue for many traders.

I primarily play Xbox 360 (GT: WKU MADDOG)

A little bit about me:

In March 2005, during my senior year of high school, I was diagnosed with a brain tumor the size of a grown man's fist. It had been growing for 7-10 years, and only became noticeable once it became large enough to cause pressure on my brain. Thank God, it was benign and was removed successfully that June. In March 2008 during a check-up MRI, another tumor was found. However, it was only pea-sized and was also benign. As of my last check-up in November 2013, it had not grown, thank God. While my medical situation was scary, I was blessed with a good outcome, especially when I consider all the children who are diagnosed with non-treatable cancers every day.