I didn't really read past the fourth page of the previous thread because it definitely turned into flaming IMO but anyways to answer some inquiries I read. 1) I was asking for opinion, but over half the time it was basically "You immoral douchedouche asshole fraud dickhead". 2)It was for personal gain, yes, but I just wanted to see the outcome. For all you dickheads I went back into the Gamestop yesterday and said that the copy was fake (I made up a story about why) and he asked for my ID and scanned it and then told me someone actually bought it and to come in tomorrow around 6. I went back in today and he returned my game and said he can't take anymore trade-ins from me but I told him i'd pay for it (which I did So i'm fine with them now). Then I proceeded to ask questions about when stuff like this happens and heres how it works: Gamestop actually loses a lot in any case of something like this. The Manager has to call a lawyer for Loss Prevention. It's basically them having to open a case about being dealed "Counterfeit Material" (Thats the term he used) and it takes almost a week for them to be compensated for any amount on top of their insurance prices being increased every instance it happens. The reason the insurance increases is because the only way stuff like that can happen is from laziness, they actually ARE supposed to test every game that comes in the same day but no stores ever really do especially if it's a trusted customer. What's even worse is the person that gave them the game can't actually get into any trouble because there's no case to be filed against them. The worst that can happen is a phone call and no longer being able to do trade-ins at that specific store. They can't ban them from the store or anything at all because technically the customer can sue for that. So in other words for the numbnuts who said Gamestop doesn't get boned the person who bought it does, lol, wrong.