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Item#: N82E16814121724

Pros:

Update to my previous review

Cons:

Newegg's Practices.

Other Thoughts:

I ordered one of these cards. Worked like a champ, free Assassin's Creed 4 which I have ZERO interest in.

So now I ordered a 2nd one of these video cards from Newegg which they gladly charged me immediately for it and I get another copy of AssAssin's Creed 4 again.... Whoop-tee-doo! Two days later Newegg voids my already approved, invoiced and charged video card and takes 5 Days to refund me MOST of my money. Notice I said VOID... not back ordered. That's a very important distinction!

Voiding a transaction means voiding the ENTIRE transaction unless the buyer approves a partial void/refund.

This card is advertised as $999.99 and you get a worthless Assassin's Creed 4 game for FREE

So Newegg sells me and charges me for one of these video cards even though they are out of stock. And by the way the card's webpage showed in-stock 5 seconds before I hit the purchase button. Couple days later they VOID my transaction but only refund $946.14 (cost of card plus shipping). They KEEP $59.99 for the post card serial number for Assassin's Creed 4 game. Just got it today. Haven't opened the bubble mailer but my 600 lumen flashlight reveals a post card sized card inside.

SOoooo.... Newegg baits people into buying a particular video card with offers of free games with them. People order the video card and all they get is the "Free" game serial number because the video card is out of stock. But Newegg sends the supposedly FREE game to you instead of voiding the ENTIRE order and voids the video card purchase only and only refunds the cost of the video card and then CHARGES YOU $59.99 for a free game.

A game card download serial number exactly like the one you can get on A-zon for $29.99.

And curiously when you do a search for "Assassin's Creed IV or 4" on Newegg' it isn't even listed/available for purchase.

But now here's the big catch... I already have this game which I will never play from my first Titan card. Now I have a second copy of the same worthless game and I had to pay $59.99 for this second one.

NOW if this card ever comes back into stock guess what? I order it again and I'll end up with a third copy of this useless game! AND I'll get to pay full price again too for the video card.

Where Newegg, is my refund for this post card with a serial number on it. I don't want it, never ordered it. I ordered a video card... not a game.

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  • Dale A.
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