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         C2C Transactions

Customer To Customer transactions now available on Kinguin! Now everyone can sell any unused key on the platform. It's quick and simple!

  • Click                                                        at the top of the page to start.
  • Pick a game, upload a key and set your price!
  • Spend the earned money on great games on Kinguin!*
  • *Note: the earned money can only be spend on Kinguin and cannot be withdrawn. 

 

Terms & Conditions

1. Fees and commisions apply the same as for merchant accounts.

2. Customers who are selling the goods confirm that provided product is:

  • working
  • unused
  • not coming from illegal sources

3. Customers who are selling the product confirm they agree with general Terms & Conditions of Kinguin platform. 

4. Customers who are buying community offer should contact Kinguin Customer Support within 7 days of the delivery, in case the product is not working. Otherwise, the system will automatically approvesthe transaction and credit a customer who sold the product. 

5. Customers who are using C2C transaction feature are limited to 5 keys sold at a time (incl. inactive keys). If the customer would like to sell more, he is able to fill a form to become a merchant. 

Dear user, you are about to leave kinguin.net and access a website
whose content is strictly meant for users ages 18 and over
(further subject to local laws and regulations).
Additional terms and conditions apply.

 

If you do not meet this criteria, please do not proceed.

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If you change the country of residence the retail price will include the tax applicable for that country, or no tax if outside of the EU
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According to the Council Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1042/2013 of 7 October 2013 amending Implementing Regulation (EU) No 282/2011 as regards the place of supply of services. From 1 January 2015, electronic services will always be taxed in the country where the customer belongs.

For consumers in the EU:
Must charge tax in the EU country where the customer belongs.

For business in the EU:
No tax charged. Customer must account for the tax (reverse-charge mechanism).

For customer from outside of the European Union tax is not applicable.
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