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Offer Response Time
38.4 hours (1.6 days)
Average of last 10 ratings: (Speed: excellent [100.0%], Honesty: excellent [100.0%], Courtesy: excellent [100.0%])
Average of all 22 ratings: (Speed: excellent [100.0%], Honesty: excellent [98.9%], Courtesy: excellent [100.0%])
with 22 Different Traders (22 total trades)
- Ratings by bVork
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
on 28-Nov-2018 at 5:37am
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Saturn games, Shooters, Dreamcast games, Handhelds, NES games
Trade, Buy or Sell
Likes: playing hockey, 70's rock
Dislikes: bad referees, modern pop music, anime
|ENCOUNTERED AN ASSAILANT|
BE ATTITUDE FOR GAINS...
1: LESS TRADES SENDS ITEM FIRST
2: MONEY IS SENT FIRST
3: BAD TRADERS ALWAYS SEND FIRST
I'm mainly a collector, not a trader, so I'll never have very many items for sale or trade.
I'm pretty much looking to own every system ever made. Right now, I'm aiming for the pre-crash systems. I also focus on handhelds. And I collect shmups. Don't know what those are? Check the obvious link in my favourites. Don't understand my trading guidelines? Go play Radiant Silvergun.
I tend to use this page as an easy way to catalogue my collection. Don't expect me to trade anything away, unless an item in my 'wanted' list mentions that I'll trade items in my collection for it. You can still make offers, but expect rejection. But hey, if you desperately want something, the most I can do is simply say "No." What have you got to lose?
I've begun using a rating system for my wanted games and collection. It ranges from 1 to 5. For wanted games, 1 means that I don't really want it all that badly and 5 means that I'd love to get my hands on it. For my collection, a 1 means that I don't really like the game all that much (and thus might not reject an offer for it) and a 5 means that I love the game. (and will probably never trade it away) Games without ratings in my collection are not for trade. Ever. Those games have far too much sentimental value to ever give up.
I don't have ratings for my available games. Obviously, from the fact that I'm willing to trade them away, I don't really value them all that much. It's up to you to decide how badly you want them. Don't make stupid offers, though: I'm not an idiot and I know the 'street price' of them.
Contrary to the above paragraph, a few of my available games DO have prices. This means I'm actively trying to get rid of them. The prices listed include shipping within continental North America.