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2-07-2012 @ 11:07AM
I've purchased two loot cards from Ebay and it went just fine. It may have something to do with me having chosen folks with many, many sales and lots of feedback, or maybe I just got lucky.
2-07-2012 @ 11:47AM
Same here. BUT I was careful to look at the rating and comments on the sellers that had cards at a price I liked. Another thing to be cautious about E-Bay Auctions is that some of them just lead to a warehouse which requires odd extra steps to "Buy Now". BThis goes for any auction really, but really read everything the seller has on their pages.
2-07-2012 @ 11:58AM
I always buy through amazon. Most of the companies there are shops that specialize in trading cards and such. Just make sure it is listed as a loot card. some sites do sell the non loot versions of the cards.
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