McAztec I've mostly put out valid arguments and criticism
McAztecrjohnson11EVGA has done probably more than any other company to combat scalpingYeah that's true, I guess credit's due here and it's only fair.Most brands selling in the EU don't have stores at all and just send us to retailers (who's prices have been pumped up to high heaven of course), and from the few that do have stores, they're actually operated by 3rd parties and rarely have stock, while the 3rd party's main website has stock of the exact same product at an inflated price. At least that's what I see in my area. How peculiar, isn't it? As a matter of fact I actually called an physical store in Belgium, your country from what I see, to ask if they deliver across borders xDThey had better (although still high) prices than the local retailers and I figured shipping is cheaper than getting it here, but sadly they did not do business in the rest of the EU, or maybe I was just too far away, who knows.
rjohnson11EVGA has done probably more than any other company to combat scalping
kevinc313McAztec I've mostly put out valid arguments and criticism LOL. You are a funny guy, I'll give you that.
McAztec I've mostly put out valid arguments and criticism, or tried to as much as possible
EVGATech_LeeMI find it funny that people think that we don't have any measures in place to prevent people from purchasing multiple products from different accounts.
rjohnson11 You can try computeruniverse.net. They are located in Germany. At the top of their webpage you can change the language from German to English. They ship to all EU countries. Another to try is https://www.caseking.de/en
midixI'm wondering how do those scalpers actually receive their GPUs from the EVGA queue if they are registered with fake shipping addresses? Regarding shopping in other countries:You can use forwarder services for EU web stores that do not deliver to your country.Sometimes those services end up costing even cheaper than shipping to you from the store! For example, I live in Latvia and I have used a forwarder a few times to buy stuff from a store in Germany that has free shipping within Germany but 30 EUR shipping to Latvia (and many Germany stores do not ship to Latvia at all). So, I ordered an item to the forwarder's warehouse address and they notified me after they had received and weighed the package and calculated the final costs. It worked pretty well, no problems so far.