Ebay protects you. However, the auction detail indicates the game may only be downloaded once. If this is the case, then it would not be valid for game sharing. Thus, we are able to obtain the games cheaper via CAG.
A less paranoid perspective would be that they're just selling one game voucher to one person. You're over-thinking it. Alot of these are already out and published by different companies. Are you saying there's two different US digital versions of ALL the games listed that have a new top-secret set of download restrictions we don't know about? I personally doubt it. They're just codes for games that are already on PSN. It isn't flOw: Valentine's Day Edition.
Every game except for flOw: Valentine's Day Edition has remained in the user's Download History after redemption, even if it disappears from the store like the odd demo (WET/NBA Elite 11). Oddly enough, this tidbit was in the fineprint of flOw that alot of people, including myself overlooked at the time. Other US games with more than one digital version include the Welcome Back titles, Rag Doll Kung Fu and various Assassin's Creed bundles, all of which have old or current gamesharing restrictions. I don't believe NBA2K13 in the US was ever tested in spite of it's wording, but the EU version can be gameshared. I really think we're being too skiddish. These titles don't have DRM listed in their PSN descriptions and should be added to your Download History upon redemption.
The account won't get banned by redeeming an online voucher. The seller is most likely a promo vender trying to make quick, easy money. You won't get ripped off either because of ebay's Buyer Protection program. If you want the games on the cheap, this is a no-brainer. They also have near perfect feedback.
If you are so confident, why don't you purchase one and then make a group?
I'm playing other games and they're digital. It's not like the one I'm interested in (Sly 4) is going to sell out or never be on sale again. I will add this seller in Favorites though to see if they get Tomb Raider next month and start a group then.
They're all phantoms. Got a response. They wait for two sales and buy the game with PayPal funds through PSN. Making money using other people's money essentially. The paperwork avoids them losing disputes when people unknowingly delete or switch HDDs. Oh well. It'll get shutdown soon. Free shipping, insurance and whatnot is because they make up to $60 using someone else's $60 (4 sales on 1 title).
You typed it, "no-brainer".
Has Cheapy fixed the douche bag smiley?
:gameshares: I guess not.