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I recently purchased an Android game bundle from https://ikoid.com/.

The purchase was successful (at least they took my money), and I was told I'd receive a link to log in with and collect my purchase. No such email arrived, and I've had no response from service@ikoid.com.

Has anyone had experience of successful purchases from this site, or similar failures? Do you know if the site is genuine or a scam?

Update: new purchase successful; the site seems legitimate.

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    It doesn't look like a scam, but I guess you already thought that. You might contact the developer of one of the games in your bundle directly: they'd know if the site is genuine or not. If you do, please post an answer with the result, to help out other visitors. – Dan Hulme Feb 14 '14 at 15:49
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We did respond to every e-mail, so it is likely that our e-mails went to your spam folder.

If you still have problems with any purchase please contact us at service@ikoid.com.

  • It seems that the original purchase failed (no money was taken) despite receiving a success message. I tried again with a new bundle, and the purchase really was successful, so I'm reassured that this is a genuine site. I couldn't find any email from service@ikoid, even in my in spam folder, so you may want to double check/update your customer service setup. – Richie Cotton Apr 14 '14 at 12:27
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I purchased the first bundle and had no problem. The link took a few hours to come by email, but that's all.

EDIT: just purchased this one, got my games added to my account instantaneously (but yes, I already had an account).

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