An article to all who want to send decks to Nintendo Power...

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  1. bullados

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    I recently received the following email from a Nintendo of America customer service representative:

    I couldn't tell from your e-mail what you were referring to, so I looked up your previous e-mails to us. Are you saying you're e-mailing and then getting getting a response from stating to send it to If so, as long as you're sending it to, you're good to go.

    Some of the e-mails that are sent to e-mail addresses are copied when they get to us: a copy goes to the appropriate folks at Nintendo Power, and a copy comes to us (at in case the sender has questions that need a response to, etc. What's likely happened is we've updated the way the e-mail routes to us, so it's no longer obvious to our e-mail reps that the e-mail went to and got copied to us. I'll make sure our techs take a look at things, to make sure everything is copying/routing correctly, so our reps will be able to tell that you did send the e-mail to Sorry for the confusion. We'll get it fixed at our end so we're once again able to see the e-mail address you originally sent your e-mail to.

    Nintendo of America Inc.
    Greg Wallace

    Nintendo's home page:
    Power Line (Automated Product Info): (425) 885-7529

    Basically, what this means is that, if you send a deck to the email address listed in the Pokemon Center section of Nintendo Power and receive an email back from, your email went through. Don't worry about it, and don't send it again. I get the feeling that their inbox is getting crammed with decks from many worthy TCG veterans. Thank you.
  2. Tyranitar666

    Tyranitar666 New Member

    Many Veterans? How so? We don't even know what Format Nintendo is using, we can't send decks...
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