World of Warcraft Gold 4 Steps You Must Do For For Safe Buying

If you don’t want to put the effort into making gold yourself, then buying gold outright is the best way to get it. You can get what you want in 48 hours or less, and prices are very cheap if you know where to look.

Like with everything, however, there are a number of scams around, and there are many ‘gold sellers’ who’ll take your money and never deliver the gold. So let’s go through what you need to look for when it comes to buying gold.

#1: Only buy from large suppliers

This one is a must. Larger suppliers will have gold for both horde and alliance characters in every major server, so you can get your gold within 24-48 hours at the most. If you go with a lesser known supplier, then you’ll often have to wait a week or more for them to farm your gold for you.

Smaller sellers may offer lower prices, but it simply isn’t worth it if you have to wait a week or more. Therefore, go for large suppliers with tons of gold available.

#2: Find out what their customer service is like

If you are unsure whether you trust the seller, send out an email to them first. If they don’t give you a response for a few days then it may not be worth dealing with them. If they have live support and reply back quickly, then it is a good indication that they are a reputable company.

#3: See if you can get discounts

Most people don’t know about this, but many sellers will be happy to give you a discount if you buy lots of gold in bulk. You can contact customer support and tell them how much you want to buy, and see if they’ll give you a discount based on how much gold you are buying. This is especially useful if you’re buying gold for friends and other players.

#4: Check their order cancellation policy

Major sellers who are worth dealing with (see points 1 and 2) will often give a money-back guarantee if they cannot deliver the gold to you in time. Before buying from a seller, see if they offer a guarantee like this. That way you have nothing to lose and you don’t risk wasting your money if the seller doesn’t have the gold in stock.