>Have 683$ in my steam wallet thanks to selling skins
>Cant transfer the money to my bank account
Whats the point?
It's the ultimate jewery
>Earn virtual currency, but steam hold on to it like a bank
>Cant use the money anything else than buying digital licenses to play games so it just goes back to steam into a circle.
They would lose alot of money if people were able to get the money out of Valves hands.
I already have all the worthwhile games I want to play, why am I forced to pour my money back into steam when I would rather buy a new GPU with my dollars.
I'd bet you could buy games for anons and have them pay you over paypal, with them getting say a 10% discount or something. Otherwise like >>322905785 said, tf2 or csgo shit is probably the best way to get some money back reliably
I consistently get 75% of the wallet/market value in real cash for my shit
You just have to think of it as being priced into it - buying games with your steam wallet is a 25% discount because you could pay someone else 75% in real money as well
And people who give money to Valve to buy stuff directly are just fools