I want to start selling on GamerPay - how do I do this?
First of all, we appreciate that you decided to sell on our marketplace - it's a pleasure to have you!
You can start your seller journey by heading towards the "Sell" button at the top of your screen - or simply by clicking this link. You will be greeted by a small pop-up about a few sneak peeks of what features you get when selling on GamerPay. Press "Get Started", and you're now ready to list your skins on our marketplace!
Does it cost anything to sell on GamerPay?
No! It is completely free to sell on GamerPay. Withdrawals have a small fee of 2.5%.
What is an API key, and why do you need it?
Steam's API key provides user information, and in this case, allows us to track your trades. In order to ensure that the right skin is being traded to the right account, we ask for your API key. When the API confirms that the trade has happened, the seller will be credited to their GamerPay wallet.
Note: Never share your API key with people or services you do not trust.
How do I accept a trade, when a skin is sold?
We will notify you via email (and SMS, if you added your phone number) when you have sold a skin, and from there you can go directly to the trade. Alternatively, you can log on to GamerPay and look under the "Trades" tab for the trade. From here you can open and accept the Steam tradeoffer. When the offer has been accepted, your GamerPay wallet will be credited.
What is Buff?
On the Sell section on GamerPay, you might see the word "Buff" used as our market price. Buff or BUFF is a big Chinese marketplace, that most people in the trading community use to define the cash price, meaning what the skin is worth in real cash if you were to sell it 💵
We have decided to use Buff as a comparison instead of Steam pricing, or a custom pricing feature, which most of our competitors use, as we think the Buff price gives you a far more realistic & transparent idea of what your skins will sell for. If priced right, you should see your skin selling within a few days 🚀
What do the 2 letters and the 0.xxxx number represent?
The two letters represent the exterior/wear of the skin, and the number represents the skin's float value. The float value determines the value of the skin. Click here for more information on float values.