GOG.com Announces New Money Back Guarantee

Monday, December 9th, 2013

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GOG.com, the Internet’s number two independent digital distributor of video games, has announced today that they will begin offering a 100% money back guarantee. This offer will be extended to all games for PC and Mac users.

The way the offer works is like this: If you by a game and it doesn’t work, you can return it for a full refund within 30 days of the purchase. All you have to do is contact the GOG.com Support Team. If they can’t help you get it working, you will get your money back.

While the offer was announced today, it is actually good for games that were purchased up to 30 days ago. So, if you recently purchased a game from GOG.com that has had problems working, talk to the Support Team to see if you can get your money back.

Click here to see the press release.

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  • Johnson Cameron

    Good for GOG, im glad they are doing that, i also like the fact all of their games are non-DRM and have some good classics combined with some new modern games as well.

  • Number 2, not 3?

  • Klagmar

    That’s actually really cool, it’s always a bummer when you pay for a game your computer can’t run.

  • smacd

    Might be a good idea for me to actually try out the 40 games I’ve bought so far. Granted most all of them are well beyond 30 days. Problem with retro games is that they are old already, so its easy to let them sit in the backlog for a long time.