PSN Digital content removed from Amazon

Posted: October 21, 2011 by Tim Utley in News and Updates
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Since the attack on Sony’s PSN most haven’t felt safe trusting their credit/debit card information to Sony (for good reason).  So people took to purchasing PSN credits from online retailers like Amazon (and brick and mortar stores) to get content they wanted on the PSN while reducing the risk of information theft.

In a sudden change of events Amazon has removed all PSN Digital content including monetary credits and full game downloads.  I had heard about this a couple of days ago on Twitter, but waited to see if it was just a minor issue with Amazon.  I checked again today to see if the issue had been resolved and to my disliking it hadn’t been.  There are still product listings but they just say “Currently Unavailable”.  Who knows how long these codes will remain unavailable to consumers, but hopefully this issue is rectified sooner than later.  If and when there is an update to this I will be sure to post it.  As always stay tuned for more news and follow us on Twitter @GamersAbstract and like us on Facebook for more content.

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