Top 5 things to know when buying RS gold

 

If you have decided to buy Runescape gold, this article will provide you with the best knowledge on the web. Consider this something between a buyer’s advice and a market overview, so by reading these 5 facts and tips, any Runescape player can return to their usual errands much smarter and better prepared to buy GP.

 

  1. Don’t trust sketchy miracle deals no matter what

There comes a time in any player’s life when he or she thinks: “Dang, I need more gold, current amounts just don’t cut it…”. What do those people do? They choose to buy RS3 or OSRS gp from someone willing to sell. This is a great way to keep an active community of players, but it also carries some danger because not all people are not out here to do good things, to say the least… Scammers, fraudsters and dishonest people look to benefit from your needs and look to profit with real-world cash. These deals usually offer extremely low rates, have 0 feedback or come from recently created sites. However, it is not possible to describe every possible deal but in short – if it sounds too good to be true, it usually is. Stay safe from sketchy or unknown sites as much as possible and never give them your account info. NEVER!

 

  1. Look for an SSL certificate, feedback and verified payment methods

If you decide to arrange a purchase online, from a specific and RS gold trade-oriented site, look for the SSL certificate badge near the address tab. If you don’t know what it is – here is a helpful guide. This badge is the first sign that you are on a right track. Next, look whether the OSRS GP or RS3 gold seller has any feedback, this is usually displayed to increase trust and show reliability. If it is a lot of input and it seems authentic or better yet – links to real feedback on Facebook, Twitter or else are given – the green light is almost lit. The final step should be analysing the available authenticated payment methods. If there are at least more than a few – you can proceed further.

 

  1. ID verification – only in rare cases

Now think about this when you buy a Runescape membership directly, do they require ID verification? Nope. That should not be required when purchasing gold also. However, there are requirements for sellers to receive some identification (mostly on PayPal) to get a proof that the purchase is not being made from a stolen account. Of course, ID verification is good for safety and all but believe that it should not be compulsory.

 

  1. Hidden fees

Once you open a OSRS GP or RS3 GP selling site, the first thing that catches your eye is usually the prices. However, the listed price does not always indicate how much you will pay. Hidden fees mean additional price jumps after the checkout has begun. These might include processing fees, delivery fees, service fees etc. If a seller is decent, the website should provide precise information on additional taxes. That’s how you sometimes (more often than not) end up with the situation where the initial higher price (with no hidden fees) ends up being cheaper than the lower initial price (+hidden fees).

Sites like Probemas have no hidden fees and show the final price for your purchase instantly. Feedback, verifications are also visible, so it ticks all of the boxes for reliable and trustworthy service.

 

  1. Chances of getting banned.

Now, this is tricky because banning usually happens a bit later after the purchase when the gold gets traced. The gold that mostly intrigues mods and Jagex is botted gold that has shady origins. At most cases, your seller does not know how precisely the sold gold is obtained (because they have many suppliers) but they MUST and SHOULD guarantee that the gold is 100% not botted. Otherwise, you could get banned.