Ok, gave it a try with a cheap PS2 game (Lord of the Rings: The Third Age). If it turns out to be a scam, or the condition turns out to not be what I'd want, I'm only out $1.31 after the coupon.
One thing that I don't like is that they appear to store your credit card number (after you purchase something, it shows up as your "default payment method" on any listings you look at after that). I know that a lot of places do that these days, but I don't know how secure these guys are. I used a "Virtual Account Number" from my credit card company with a very low limit on it, so I'm not terribly concerned, but it's something to consider. If your credit card offers something like the Virtual Account Number service, you may want to use it.EDIT:
Ok, finally got an explanation of the condition grading in the order confirmation email:
The item should be in Good condition, defined as "Game plays perfectly. Case may have some visible superficial scratches, but no cracks or damage. No personal stickers or writing on the disc or case. May be a previous rental."
Sounds like it might not be in what I
would consider to be "good" condition, but apparently I'm picky. Why the hell do they seem to be more concerned about the condition of the case
than of the game disc? Cases are replaceable. And what about the manual? Oh well, that's just a general description, so hard to tell what this particular game will be. Maybe I'll get lucky. Not likely to buy another "good" item from them again, though.
Edited by arcane93, 31 July 2009 - 04:05 PM.