Alright, so you want to get games, but don't have the money?
Then lets start.
Here's what you will be needing.
1. Some cash. (You will get it back).
2. A small local games shop.
3. An notepad.
4. An Steam account.
Alright to the next step, go find an local, small game shop. (No big stores, I'll explain later).
When you have found one, get a game, act like you're in a hurry, grab a game, buy it and rush out of the store.
When you are out of the store, get your note-pad, and write the CD-Key down, (If there is one, If not, return the game and get your money back).
When you are done writing it down, wait 30 minutes, and return to the store, tell them you bought the wrong game, (Since you we're in an hurry for an appointment), most likely they will take it back, and refund you the money.
If not, demand for an exchange, you have the right to change anything you bought with your receive.
Now the part of why not to go to a large store, in large stores they have PC's which most likely they will check if the CD-Key has been used or not, small local store just have an cash.
Now you got your money back, and an notepad..
Get home, open up Steam, click ''Activate an Game over Steam''.
Input your CD-key, and there you go, a free game.
I have got L4D2, and Counter-Strike: Source with this .
I suggest only to do this when you have no choice left, since I do not know what might happen if you get caught.