Cheapest Dstwo

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Nov 28, 2012

Cheapest Dstwo by TheCasketMan at 2:21 PM (2,001 Views / 0 Likes) 10 replies

  1. TheCasketMan
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    Does anyone know what is the cheapest website I could buy a DStwo and where they also accept paypal or paypal debit card. I know paypal trolls when it comes to buying flashcart, but I heard that paypa has not blocked all flashcart sites.
     
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    not always worth going for the cheapest
    many websites with the cheapest prices are usually scams

    zhuzhuchina and nds-card are the 2 sites id recommend
     
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    what about dsflashcart.com

    It is not cheap there, but the site says they ship from the usa. The thing is i dont know if they are legit
     
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    bought it at RHS at $40 with my paypal debit card. Although it wasnt that cheap, it is good to know it is secure, legit, and it ships from the usa. I just hope that paypal doesn't cancel the transaction.
     
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    Good Choice Real Hot Stuff is a great site.
     
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    They took 1.5 weeks (not 24 hours) just to ship my stuff. Furthermore, they took 1.5 weeks to email a tracking number they promised to send within 24 hours. The site seems very unreliable - they lost all user accounts created from 11-14 to 11-24 because of a supposed server crash.

    When I actually get what I ordered, I'll update this post with product performance and impressions.

    In short:

    - Over 1.5 weeks to ship product (not within 24 hours)
    - Over 1.5 weeks to receive tracking number (not within 24 hours).
    - Over 1.5 weeks to receive product (not within five business days).
    - Stonewalled and told me my stuff was on the way - it wasn't.
    - Lost my account data.

    - Free shipping is a plus.
    - Quick response to email communication.
    - Based in Riverside, CA.

    I wouldn't recommend the store. Stick with nds-card.com, which actually sponsors GBATemp.
     
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    You mean the other way around
     
  9. E.Chu

    Newcomer E.Chu Desu.

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    How so? I may be missing something basic, but could you please enlighten me?

    Saw my mistake and have corrected it. Thanks.
     
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    Nds-card.com sponsors this plaxe, no the other way around
     
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    I tend to buy most of my stuff from realhotstuff since I usually get my items within a few days (usually around 3, sometimes less, never more) of placing the order
     

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