Just thought it might be interesting to see some poll results on this.
Jack's new policy in case you missed it:
"We have a waiting-list for the game.......also, just posted this on
I've received about 30+ emails overnight from people about a "seller"
of ECLEWOZ at under market price.
Apparently the range of thought is from how can someone sell their
place in line to its a scam.
I have not done a lot of thinking about this as this is the very first
time that someone posted a game for sale. Almost all of the emails to
me said this; "if someone transfers a game in a sale and JJP needs to
get involved, put that person at the end of the line"
Many others said to charge a transfer fee too, which I am not.
Again, I don't want to get involved, but I am, obviously. Im going to
listen to my customer base and I will put a trader/new buyer at the
end of the line.
Yesterday I heard that a ECLEWOZ sold for $8600 plus freight from a
distributor. Why would one sell here for $7000 - I don't know and I
don't know if I should care as long as its not a scam.
Anyway, do I need to develop a "policy" on a traded game before
delivery......I guess so. If the game is sold/swapped and we need to
be involved, that is redirected ownership, redirected freight, the new
buyer goes to the end of the line for delivery.
If we need to drop-ship the game to a different address, add $500 as
Pre-orders were for buyers, not for speculators before taking
delivery. It was not the futures market. After delivery you can do
whatever you want without me in the middle, that is, sell it, trade
it, cut it in half with a chain saw.....it's yours.
Like it or not, this is my response based on advice from our customer
base. If you have a question if the seller is legit, call me.
By the way, we are building 10 games at the moment that will find
their way onto location in July. Building about 50 in August and then
good production numbers into September with real games
shipping.....that's a timeline update too. Thanks.....Jack"