The kind of services we provide at RPGStash.com are appreciated by many gamers as evidenced by our steady growth. However, the very same services are frowned upon by many others who just don’t get it. They think it’s cheating to buy in-game services or at best a waste of money. Nothing could be further from the truth.
The truth is that most online games are more work than play and a player that has a life outside of the game simply does not have time to grind his way to interesting gameplay. That is, unless he pays a company such as ours to help him out.
We believe that games should be fun. They should provide a healthful balance between the known and the unknown, relaxation and tension, friends and foes. They should not be about grinding. That’s what real life is for.
We have put together a little video presentation of our philosophy. Feel free to watch, comment and share.
We have just integrated a new independent customer feedback service by the name eKomi into RPGStash. The customer reviews are already building up and everyone seems to love our service. EKomi is a very accessible and transparent service. Within a few days of placing your order with RPGStash you will receive an email from eKomi containing a link to the review form. It just takes a minute to fill it out and a few hours later it will show up on the eKomi website.
EKomi is a welcome addition to our Bizrate reviews. Bizrate is great for both merchant and customer but it is a bit more cumbersome than eKomi and customers are therefore less likely to use it. It also adds more credibility with two independent systems instead of just one.
Speaking of which, we have just spotted a third party website that ranks MMORPG gold sellers, and RPGStash is the top ranking seller on the site.
It's great to see all these reviews and feedbacks. It reassures both us and our customers that we are doing a good job of enhancing their online gaming.
You can finally pay with Paysafecard, Bitcoin and Dineromail here at RPGStash. If you are looking for a secure payment method with rock solid privacy protection, all three of these methods will do the trick.
Paysafecard is the worlds biggest prepaid card for online use. We accept Paysafecard from many countries worldwide including all of Europe. When you pay with Paysafecard your security and privacy are at a level of 100%. All you need to do is buy a paysafecard at a local outlet and then enter the pin code in our checkout. Please observe that we will charge a fee on top of the order amount to cover the payment processing fee. RPGStash will only receive the original order amount. The rest goes to the payment processor.
Bitcoin is an online currency without any form of central processing or control. It’s a cryptocurrency whose payment network is entirely run by the users. Bitcoins can be bought and sold at various online exchange sites and the value is entirely decided by supply and demand. You can pay us with Bitcoin without giving out any personal information. The order will be delivered as soon as payment has been confirmed. This typically takes less than 15 minutes.
Dineromail is a cash payment system local to South America. You place your order at RPGStash and receive an invoice. Then you go to a local Dineromail agent and pay the invoice with cash. We will receive the money instantly and your order will processed right away.
We have even more payment methods lined up and soon to be deployed to rpgstash.com. RPGStash is all about providing our customers with great options, both in term of product selection and payment methods. Enjoy.
This month we had a hoard of Runescape gold up for grabs and several hundred people entered in the hope of becoming a great deal richer.
1st place – 100m EOC / 3m 2007 gold
The winner of our mighty first prize is lady Leanne (XXXXXXXXXXXleanne@gmail.com). Leanne shows that women is a force to be reckoned with in Runescape. However, there are always two sides to a coin, especially when it’s made of gold. What are the new suitors really after? Leanne or the gold?
2nd place – 50m EOC / 1.5m 2007 gold
In second place we have another lady by the name Cassandra (cepXXXX@gmail.com). Whether she is old school or EOC we do not yet know. What we do know is that she has millions of reasons to be happy.
3rd place – 20m EOC / 500K 2007 gold
Last of the winners but still top 3 we have Gary (gmeranXXX@gmail.com). Gary is the rooster in the hen yard and should count himself lucky.
Big congratulations! Our upcoming sweepstakes opens up next week. Make sure to like us on Facebook to get all our sweepstakes announcement straight into your newsfeed.
A whole bunch of gamers entered our sweepstakes this month hoping to lay their hands on our vouchers and Devil May Cry for PC. However, in the end there can be only three winners and in this blog post we announce them. All three winners were decided by chance as always.
1st place – 100 USD voucher
The lucky winner of our grand prize is a man named Tom (XXXXX_junior@hotmail.com). The big question is: what to buy with all that sweet cash?
2nd place – 50 USD voucher
The runner up is a fortunate lady by the name Kristina (XXXXXox2u@comcast.net). Hopefully she is the kind of lady who knows what she wants.
3rd place – Devil May Cry (PC)
The Devil May Cry but the winner Julie (XXXXXler0521@aol.com) may laugh and sing and rejoice. And cry, of course, but only if it’s tears of joy.
Big congratulations! Enjoy the prices and keep an eye out for our next sweepstakes coming up next week. Anyone can win so don’t hesitate to enter.