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Gamivo review – is Gamivo legit marketplace?


Gamivo is yet another game marketplace with products for PC, PS4, Xbox One and more. It’s not much different in the way it operates to G2A or Kinguin. Is it safe and legit? Let’s dive in.

Gamivo.com marketplace list a variety of digital products that can be purchased quite quickly, but it doesn’t offer any psychical products. Most popular products on Gamivo are: Steam games (keys and gifts), keys for Origin, GOG, Uplay, Epic Games Store, Battlenet, Bethesda, PSN and Xbox Live. You can also buy giftcards and Microsoft Windows products there.

Monthly traffic – visits on Gamivo.com
Traffic by country on Gamivo

How Gamivo works?

It’s a marketplace, which means there are many registered and verified vendors which sells their quantity of keys. Gamivo takes about 5% commission on every purchase and handles the customer support, payments and website experience.

99,99% of keys are legitimate, no vendor would risk losing their source of income to sell keys obtained in illegal way knowingly. If you receive an used key, just contact the customer support, but it should happen very rarely.

In order to buy something on Gamivo you have to register on the website, it’s quite simple and routine process.

Gamivo website
Gamivo website

Gamivo does weekly giveaways via Gleam: https://www.gamivo.com/page/giveaway and sometimes also on their Discord and Twitter.

Is Gamivo legit and safe to use?

Yes, Gamivo is a trusted company, they have 4.2 rating on Trustpilot. It’s a key marketplace, so it’s not a direct shop like Humble Store where you buy the game codes directly from the vendor, but in Gamivo’s case you buy from a variety of merchants. You can choose the merchant you purchase the game from, merchants have their ratings based on percentage of satisfied customers – it’s usually between 98% and 99,9%.

If you have a problem with the key remember that the helpdesk is there to help you.

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    These guys sold me a Shadowlands code, 2 days later the code got deactivated. Contacted support to find out these guys sold me a code that was purchased using a stolen credit card. Then when I tried to get a refund they tell me i have to wait for the vendor to “investigate” so now i won’t have Shadowlands when it drops… Super Mad.

  2. Yes, avoid this company. You will see a pattern to the bad reviews: their outrageous Smart Subscription “service”. They use this to extract small payments from people until you notice and cancel. They also lie about the cost – my subcription was supposed to be charged at £1.82 according to my account but they charge £2.29 and £2.24. The sneering customer service agent said this related to a “payment fee” but couldn’t explain why it varied. Avoid this provider.

    a link to my Trustpilot verified review – https://www.trustpilot.com/review/gamivo.com#:~:text=A%20great%20gaming%20platform,very%20large%20library%20to%20search.

  3. Do not buy at Gamivo, it’s a fraudulent company that uses deceptive methods to charge services you never asked for. They add them as checkboxes that are checked by default, then start to automatically steal money from your credit card every month.They use “terms” you apparently accepted, but to be honest, you are not going to read them right?! Do not buy there, you will get scammed.

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