Originally Posted by Kuyhoinu
Your foul-mouthed, Unintelligent and idiotic.
And about the OP: not everyone knows all the Steam rules (in fact, few people do) and they have TONS of small rules. When you got to India, for example, you'd visit the Steam store and get Indian prices but you'd need an Indian credit card to get these Indian prices. How do you buy these games in India then? Eerrrr ... you can't unless you use use a VPN to the region where you live. That's how ridiculous Steam's system is.
In the end, it's a major pain in the ass for people who have a job that involves moving across countries and this to protect their huge profit margins. Frankly, I think that buying and activating the game in the right country should be enough to let you keep it. Yes, it gives room for exploitation but so does the current gift system. Instead of being greedy A-holes they should look for the comfort of their users.