^^ That is not the way I understand this to work. I mean, we send them to one central facility so I really doubt a subsequent buyer could then file a claim against you personally. When the game is submitted and paid it just shows a payment to you. If it was going to some buyer and you were still responsible for it then I would think it would show your buyer on the transaction somewhere.
I sent some games in a week ago, still haven't gotten an email saying they've got em. I'm not a fan of this lack of tracking.
Yeah, same here - I think I'm running a week and a half on a couple now. I got paid for the first one I sent in but the 2 I sent right after that are taking longer (and all 3 went over the July 4th holiday so I'm not sure that's the problem).
why wouldn't you just open them? and eliminate that possible problem
The new games I sent in I kept sealed for one reason and one reason only - I had locked them in at "like new" and I didn't want there to be any
question that they were in that condition. If you open them someone could always claim they weren't "like new". If this was like Amazon with just "good" vs "acceptable" then I would have opened them as they don't need to be perfect for "good".
So far the one I had accepted and paid was a sealed copy of Resistance 3.