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If I could give no stars I WOULD!

Reviewed By Phillip Ley on November 17, 2013, Arizona

Humble bundle was paid via the btc option on their site on 11-10-2013 and still to this day I don't have my game codes. I got sent one email after purchase saying to click this link to go to their site and it asked for the email to send the codes to and then nothing. BEWARE THEY ARE A RIP OFF FOR THE BTC COMMUNITY! Their support won't even respond to me to correct the issue. They are completely a rip off and I will be making them famous for being a rip off just like rackd.net!

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RedAbsol0
November 30, 2013

You obviously have no ability to follow instructions.
You have to activate the game inside your Steam before it will download.

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Well pleased

Reviewed By GoofballDT on November 14, 2013, UK

Only found out about it today and check before getting this weeks bundle.
No hassle at all.
Joined, picked the amount I wanted to pay and got the bundle plus the extra ones as I paid over the average amount.
The two I wanted out of the bundles were £20 on steam and I got them and more for $5.
You need a steam account to redeam them.
You can pay using paypal as well.

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So, wheres the game?

Reviewed By Jbot on November 14, 2013, San Diego

I purchased a humble bundle, and was met with a message saying there was an error processing the purchase.
I have a debit to my account but no games.
Ive contacted support numerous times and have always received canned messages and no actual support.
Ill be contesting the charges through my bank and not using humble again.

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Spammed

Reviewed By Spammed by Humble Bundle on September 9, 2013

These people are automatically signing people up for accounts. They are using the leaked Yahoo list that's been online for years to create fake accounts. Beware. If you receive a sign up notice but don't remember creating an account, chances are good you didn't. Also, I believe the positive reviews on this site are fake too. Don't do business with these clowns.

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GoofballDT
November 14, 2013

My review is not fake, just so you know.

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Paid for it, key was "claimed by another user"

Reviewed By Mark on August 28, 2013, UK

So either their system has been hacked or is fundamentally broken. Support was useless and seemed to be deliberately unhelpful.

Shame because it's a nice concept.

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Throwbackpunk
October 10, 2013

Thats impossible. The keys are generated on the spot. No two keys can possibly be the same on those grounds, and the only way to get the key is to click the generate button. You're a lying douchebag.

Phillip Ley
November 17, 2013

Well then tell me why I get this same thing and I never got my keys? The system said it was sending them, but never did. Now it says they were sent and support won't respond to the 5+ tickets I submitted. They said 3 days to respond well that was over 5 days ago...... So I agree with Mark. They are a rip off and just because it worked for you doesn't mean it worked for everyone or that their system works 100% of the time. Bottom line is their support sucks if you have a problem and in return you get ripped off.

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