Gacha

Gacha explanation and FAQ

A Gacha machine is much like the gumball and cheap toy machines you find in the entrance to some restaurants and grocery stores. You pop in a quarter, you get a random plastic egg with a toy in it, or bubblegum.

In Second Life you pay some L$ for a high quality product and get a random prize, always worth more than you put in. The keyword here is being ‘random’ because the machine just holds a jumble of items inside it, so you never know which one will fall out. In order to get the item you want you sometimes need to play the machine a couple of times.
There are always a few rare items in a machine. All items in a Gacha machine are no copy but are transfer. Always try the DEMO before you play the machine.


RESELLERS

MINA Hair does not provide assistance on items purchased from resellers. Please keep this in mind when purchasing in yard sales or on the Marketplace.

Resellers cannot be considered official MINA Hair affiliates nor business partners, hence MINA Hair is not responsible for their actions.

If you do buy MINA items from a reseller make sure you come to the mainstore to try a DEMO first to make sure the hair fits your shape or mesh head.



Q) Can I buy this gacha item directly from MINA?
A) Gachas cannot be individually sold to customers, out of fairness to those who have played.

Q) Can I trade this gacha item directly with MINA?
A) Gachas cannot be individually traded by MINA to customers, out of fairness to those who have played.

Q) Can I trade this gacha item directly with others?
A) Sure you can. My items are no copy but are transfer.

Q) Can I sell this gacha item to others?
A) Sure you can. My items are no copy but are transfer.

Q) Can I return the hair I got because I don’t like the color and get a refund?
A) No, there is a sign on or near my Gacha machine’s that will tell you to first read the rules before playing. So the fact that random colorpacks are given should be known to you.

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