At no point in this post does G2A apologize for allowing fraudulently obtained keys to be sold on its site.
The marketplace was even cocky enough to wager a bet to developers; that if they could find proof that illicit keys were sold on their site, G2A would payout 10 times the money lost.
The company also failed to detail any future or ongoing attempts at stemming the flow of stolen keys.
I can personally remember the rumors starting years ago of the site selling stolen game keys, but they were always just rumors.
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