I don't know if these things are fake or not, but it's certainly better not to give out any private information, including emails. If it's legit, this person can just PM you the gift code, which is very easy to do as seen in the trading thread.
scroll back. i think i said it quite clear that i don't want any giveaway from:
1) anybody named tinjaw (that's u)
2) anybody who has internet (that's u again..)
3) anybody from planet earth (no it's not the aliens, it's not an invasion yet..)
u think ur joke is funny yes? i know u are tinjaw alt. i know ur mad because ur parents bought u a 2070 instead of 2080 so now u come here to troll poor children.. :'( but don't worry, children grow. now they're small and weak like flowers but in time they'll grow to be hard tough bastards - and THEN u'll have a problem.. :s
I asctually meant to reply to ppdouble, not you per se, so that was my bad. Next time I'll be sure to pay better attention. Have a happy holiday. :)
OMG i'm really sorry about that.
I should indeed be little bit more patient.
Op delivered, so please accept my apology and THANK you tinjaw.
ppdouble, congratulations. That is very nice of tinjaw to be so generous to GOGers during the holiday season.
Happy holidays to both of you.
Very nice idea for a giveaway. :) However, the safest and most used/accepted way to gift a game on GOG is for you to check the "GIFT THIS ORDER" box and enter your own email - then PM the gift code you receive to the giftee. That way emails stay private and you can see in your Orders History that the acct you intended to gift actually did redeem the code. Happy Holidays!
I didn't know this. I will do this from now on.
So it was just fake? :/
No, you just need to exercise some patience. My life doesn't revolve around this thread. You friend invite has been accepted and I will PM you the key.
Keep up the good work, I hope my earlier posts didn't imply anything negative, that was never my intention. :)