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6 Reviews for Mmo1st.com

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New Reviewer
10/28/13

I purchased a D2 LOD cd-key.

They send me a wrong key at the first time.

But i requested a new other and they send me in the same hour.

I registered the cd key on the battle.net

Nice store.

New Reviewer
2/1/13

I used this site several times ,Bought SC,Diablo 2 ,Warcraft 3 ,GW2,Battlefield 3 from them before,All keys still working.

so my experience with them is not necessarily typical. Therefore, caution is advised.

New Reviewer
1/27/13

I ordered a diablo 2 cd key from them about 4 years ago
still working great ! no problem

New Reviewer
11/5/12

I want to rate MMO1ST.COM with 0 stars but I can't. THEY ARE SCAMS. I bought a guild wars 2 CD key for a friend of mine. Worked for a month and then got banned, The CD KEY that mmo1st sold me was a fraud and bought from the seller by using stolen credit cards. STAY AWAY AT ANY COSTS! Paypal doesn't protect you for this kind of transaction. And if you don't believe me let me add the Arena net's mail.

Thank you for contacting us.

The Guild Wars 2 Serial Code that you registered was originally purchased from our website https://buy.guildwars2.com/. This purchase was made using a stolen credit/debit card and was thus flagged as a fraudulent charge. This resulted in the provided serial code being permanently disabled.

I would suggest contacting the seller from whom you purchased the code for a full refund, as they sold you a code originally purchased with a stolen credit or debit card.

In order to regain access to the purchase benefits, you must purchase Guild Wars 2 again and apply a new, valid code to your account. To ensure this does not happen in the future, please purchase the game from one of our authorized retail partners https://buy.guildwars2.com/retailers or purchase directly from our website https://buy.guildwars2.com/.

Please let us know if you have any further questions.

Regards,
Joshua
NCsoft Account Support

New Reviewer
11/5/12

The Guild Wars 2 key I bought activated with no problems. However, it will be disabled after a few weeks because it was bought using a stolen credit card and resold to you. Here is the email from support@guildwars2.com:

The Guild Wars 2 Serial Code that you registered was originally purchased from our website https://buy.guildwars2.com/. This purchase was made using a stolen credit/debit card and was thus flagged as a fraudulent charge. This resulted in the provided serial code being permanently disabled.

And if you think you're safe because you paid with Paypal, think again. They closed my dispute without any refund and the reason that the product is intangible. I can't believe that in this day and age, buyer protection does not cover software or keys purchased off the net. Paypal should update their policy otherwise there will be more scams because they let the scammers get away with cases like this.

New Reviewer
7/12/11

Beware, fraud. I purchased a CD key set from Mmo1st. I should have known better, but wanted to see if I could get back into D2 at a bargain. It took 6-10 hours for their "24/7 service" to send me the CD key set. I went right to Blizzard so I could register, download and begin playing. The CD key set was already registered, I guess they just sent me a CD key set they stole from someone else or one that their key gen spat out. I asked for a refund, and they told me how to use the CD key without registering it (because using fraudulent CD keys is the cool thing to do, apparently.) They told me I could use their unique, brand new, completely unused CD key on battle.net by downloading a hack, an illegal host copy of D2 and a 2nd 24 character CD key, using the 2nd CD key Hacking the game to change to their CD key and Hoping that the real owner who purchased "your" CD key from a legitimate source doesn't mind you taking over and kicking him off Bnet so you can play with his CD key you bought from mmo1st. Brilliant!

So after the first email, they stopped responding to me. The order history showed that they reversed part of the payment, and that the reversal was "processing" for about 20 days. Paypal reversals are instant, I was neither fooled nor amused. My dispute with PayPal eventually closed as expected. PayPal refused to refund the money, because it was not a physical product, despite the seller claiming to sell the entire battle chest box with strategy guide worth $70. (strategy guide just so happens to be a physical book, very hard to send via email) Paypal doesn't care.

I stopped by my bank today, and disputed the transaction though my card. Hopefully they will simply get my money back so I can move on. Head my warning, stay away from this site, the claims are not backed by anything, do not trust anything you read. The site has a lot of broken English, and a lot of the content is copied and pasted onto the site, such as the description for game. PayPal will support this seller and will not honor any buyer protection of any items on this site. Please do not support this site.

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