I gotta tell you, the price of these is ridiculously huge, who would want to pay more than the game itself for fake money. Scam. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Tayd0gta (talk • contribs) 00:15, 17 March 2015(UTC) Please remember to sign your talk page messages with ~~~~.
You're entitled to your opinion. I look at it like this, I haven't needed to buy a shark card, since I am able to devote the time to grinding for in-game cash. $100,000 an hour has been easily achievable for months. If I didn't want to spend an hour grinding for $100,000 I could take a shortcut and spend $3 to buy it. $10 give you the equivalent of 5 hours in-game "work". What other entertainment can you buy for $2-$3 an hour? It's relatively cheap. smurfy (coms) Need a Heist crew? 00:27, March 17, 2015 (UTC)
The so called Cash Card Scam is seen as an issue in the GTA community. The high prices of DLC content and mission payouts makes it hard for players to resist buying them. I see it as a waste of money, all the property and vehicles I have in Online, I got through hard work. Leo68 (talk) 00:44, March 17, 2015 (UTC)
The main reason I deleted it was because it wasn't trivial. Looking back, it was probably rash, so thanks for adding it back Leon. However, I moved it from the trivia to a new "reception" heading, as it's better suited there. SJWalker (talk) 00:46, March 17, 2015 (UTC)
- No because the conversion has always varied. Look at the graph, search 1 pound = 1 dollar in Google, it shows a graph showing it was worth loads more in 2014 than 2015. We don't need to update prices just because of a political change. We didn't change prices when the value went up mid-2014. Good to bring up, however. Mr. Ferrari (talk) 22:41, July 4, 2016 (UTC)