SkinsJar.com’s design is very unique, easy to the eyes and the layout is straight to the point. Upon entering the site, it automatically loads your inventory if you are logged in. It will also filter out the untradeable skins and just highlight the items and cases that can be used here. Trading your trash skins is as easy as 1,2,3. It literally takes 3 clicks to receive a new stuff.
They have a very good reputation within the Steam community. The multiple trade bots that they have work quickly and efficiently. This is the reason why a lot of people use this service. There are fewer hassles when using this platform.
Another proof that this site is trustworthy, they are a sponsor of SK Gaming. An organization as big as SK would not agree to be sponsored by this service if their reputation is tainted. The information can be found on the SK website itself, which means their partnership is 100% official. With a big eSports team by their side, no wonder people keep coming back to this service.
I still was not convinced so I checked Google. There are loads of articles in Reddit and Steam Community that say that SkinsJar is safe. They scored 60% on ScamAdviser and 76% on Web Of Trust, which is a very high score. This proves the trustworthiness of this site.
SkinsJar actually accepts Spectrum cases, keys, stickers and buys them for a fair price. If you have lots of those, you can actually exchange cases for any skin that you want from their marketplace. The difference of the item gets added to your balance if the value of it is higher than the stuff you want to get. That balance can then be used for your next trade.
They also just launched their Community Trading system. If you do not want to select bot for deals, you can set up an open trade in their Community system. Users would be able to see your open trades and make their offers. From there, you have the freedom of choosing the best offer for your item.
They take 5-10% commission for weapons depending on the condition. A Factory New weapon will have a lower commission than a Battle Scarred one. For rare or higher quality weapons and knives, it is full value to 5% commission. For cases, stickers and other items, they take 10-15% commission and for keys, they take 1%.
SkinsJar has nice bonuses for the new traders. If you use the code FREESKIN, they will give you a 2.5% discount on the stuff that you are exchanging. After that initial discount code, just add URL on your Steam profile and enjoy a 3% discount whenever you make a deal. As long as their site is in your Steam profile, you will continue to get that 3%.
If you are a YouTuber however with over 20,000 subs, you can apply for the sponsorship from them. They will sponsor your content and pay you depending on your contract.
They are also currently running a giveaway that features an M4A4 Poseidon, a Huntsman Knife: Slaughter FN, and an AWP: Boom FN Love. Joining it is easy and you can rack up your entries by just following their social media accounts and Steam group.
They do not have a deposit method in their system. Everything happens in Steam Trade. When you sell your items, you first have to choose the skin of choice you want from their market. Once you hit trade, their bot will send you a request in Steam. You can verify the information first before accepting the deal so it is actually safe.
They have a chat platform built in. I tried contacting their Support and to my surprise, it took them less than 5 minutes to reply. I asked Peter a few questions and he replied promptly and answered everything I was asking. The interaction was professional and friendly.
Aside from their chat service on the site, you can also contact them thru Steam, Facebook, email and Twitter. I checked their posts in their social media accounts and they are regularly updated. They are especially helpful as well in the Steam group.
Navigating the site using my handheld devices is so easy. There is a seamless transition when you scroll up and down the page. Their platform loads super fast even though it needs to display a lot of images. Using the tablet is even better. It displays the web version especially when I was using my iPad since it has a very wide screen. I even tried tapping the chat support icon on and off and it works on my 4 devices. Overall, their design for the handheld devices is excellent.
I will 100% recommend trading your skins here. It is fast, reliable and safe. They have a very nice selection of stuff on their market. These items range from cheap to expensive, so there is always something to choose if you want to exchange your unwanted skins. I actually found a StatTrak that is the same price of a Spectrum case, which is actually a great find but I did not get it since I was too slow.
Add that to their partnership with SK Gaming and their reputation goes up by a lot of points. Even without that partnership, the users online on the site range from 3,000+ at all times, so that says a lot about how reputable they are.
- Elegant web design
- Partnership with a top tier eSports Organization SK Gaming
- Excellent selection on the market
- Safe, reliable and fast trading
- Professional and friendly customer support
- They run out of some items due to a lot of users trading