- Jul 22, 2005
Did the listings disappear?
I ran up SVC really high. Gonna pull all bids 24 hours before it ends and drop it like a rock
EDIT: Definitely shady shit going on. He canceled all my bids. I ran the bitch back up. I'm willing to bet he's using another account.
NGF still #1
NGF has been around for 25 years for good reason; We're the most recognized, influential, and trusted name in the Neo Geo scene.
We've remained successful despite the supposed controversy, because the controversy is a hoax. Just as naysayers who will never own a Rolex, will claim Rolex doesn't make a good watch, etc...
NGF has NEVER hid behind a screen name. We speak with everyone: message, phone, or in person. We've been exhibitors at conventions, Never hiding, because we have nothing to hide.
This recent lot is from a collector who decideding to sell.
Serious collectors know to call NGF for the best service.
Games have been listed on ebay a few days ago and within 24 hours, bids are being submitted by collectors world wide. eBay I.D. is under dkd4 (since the items are in Las Vegas)
All the items being offered are tested, cleaned, and photographed from various angles to help interested buyers. Items will be sold on ebay, through NGF facebook, and direct email and phone.
Questions arise about bids and pricing. Collectors know that NGF has been around over 25 years, and they know who we are by name, our longevity in the scene proves we're the trusted source.
Why do NGF auctions get such high bids you may ask?
the dkd4 ebay account has been around since 1998 with high positive feedback and 100% rating. With such long member status, buyers feel more secure knowing transactions are legit and secure.
Most sellers pay high fees to promote sales, but the community promotes for us. With over 5150 views on the recent NGF post, with 2670 engagements / people talking, in less than 24 hours, we don't need to advertise. Good luck to all interested collectors.
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