For the following:
EDIT: Someone just added me and messaged me that you got the keys from them and promised them to pay them which you never did.
EDIT2: And now, after getting other negative reviews removed, you are going around asking friends and their friends to remove this review as well. There is no conflict, I already forgot about all of this until recently, when I saw your comment. This review only exist because you were insatiable and couldn't leave the matter alone, even after being treated more than fair.
You were saying all along, to give you time to get the keys, becuase of personal matters, yet the keys didn't even come from you and at the end, you never payed the agreed price for the one who get them for you. At least people will now see your true colors.
The user balazs955(+18/-0) (Castiel) and I had an agreed trade on the 1st of November 2021,
For my 32 copies of Guild Wars 2, In return I would receive a percentage of the profits he makes after sales at a later date.
We both halved the Payments two weeks afterwards,
as he was in control of my keys and all profits entirely.
Balazs would sell all of the copies on Kinguin for me which I had agreed upon,
and because of Kinguin being a grey-market there's a lot of trust between seller and buyer on whether a key is valid or invalid.
As shown in this screenshot a few of them were Duplicates.
I was willing as shown to replace the keys, regardless that I had not even been paid yet, but Balazs had volunteered to reimburse the user and it was no longer necessary.
The user linked above in the screenshot was a prior successful Trade where I had purchased his copies and later sold them to Balazs for a price I would not know of until 2 weeks later upon receiving payment.
This is unfortunate but It's the risk of trading and not knowing how values will change.
We had a personal confliction recently in which we brought things into SteamTrades.
Thank you again for the quick and rewarding exchange. Have fun and stay safe out there.
All x25 bundles are locked to China.
He uses a VPN to buy cheap Chinese bundles and sells them as ROW
Between " 3rd of June to 13th of June ",
Aryaj07 and I had several agreed trades that consisted of US/EU region,
We discussed what regions I accepted and did not accept (RU/CIS + LATAM + CN + KR)
I was sent 7 Bundles, then 18 Bundles.
x54 Steam keys from the last 18 bundles were currently out of stock, so I told him I'd wait patiently.
x21 Steam keys from the first 7 bundles were flagged as being region-locked after the first week,
They've been discovered as being Chinese copies
I contacted Arya to notify him that x21 Steam keys are not the agreed US/EU region and that the remainder x54 Steam Keys are more than likely also region-locked to China, hence the out of stock.
His reponse was they were purchased from India, using another countrys credit card, while using a VPN to connect to another country to complete the transaction on Humble Bundle.
A week later, complete silence.
A month goes by, he is APPEARING OFFLINE for several weeks avoiding me playing Rocket League.
Three months go by and nothing.
He refuses to speak to me to sort this problem out,
I've discussed with Arya I only require 112.5 TF2 return from the 433 TF2 Keys to cover the region loss, and I was quite tolerant to allow him to pay it off in small amounts over a few months.
This would leave him with 320.5 TF2 Keys from 25 bundles.
Arya would receive the correct pricing of 12.8 keys per Bundle, instead of the price for ROW.
Selling these keys for euros covers the bundle price and he still comes out with profit,
More importantly, he wouldn't have been marked as a scammer for all of SteamTrades to see.
Let's not forget,
He still has 18 bundles worth of Chinese keys he refuses to send me.
The 3 negatives are all from JUNE, since then he has gone on a scamming spree.
+Rep Bought keys from him multiple times. They went first. Smooth and fast trade always.