- Report: #294416
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Complaint Review: DVDCollections
DVDCollectionsDVDCollections.tv Internet U.S.A.
DVDCollections They sent a bootlegged copy of a DVD set rather than a new version. Internet
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The set came in a timely fashion however that was the end of the good news. It was a bootlegged copy from a tv station in Pa.
I emailed DVDCollections with this info & that I wanted what I paid for. I recieved 1 reponse from Jeff Jacob, Management, stating the following, 'Please keep in mind an Official DVD Collectionhas never been released for this series andwhat you received was a
Collectors/FanVersion. Unfortunately, there is a problem with theactual DVD Collection and sending a replacementset will NOT help as we are no longer dealingwith that supplier. Therefore, there are 2 options: 1. Receive a $30.00 REFUND and KEEP the DVD Collection -OR- 2. Return the DVD Collection and get a Full Refund. Please let us know which option you preferand we will take care of it immediately. Thank you!'
I emailed back that I was returning the item but I never heard from them again nor did I ever see a refund.
I sent a number of follow up emails but they were never responded to either.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/26/2007 07:50 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/DVDCollections/internet/DVDCollections-They-sent-a-bootlegged-copy-of-a-DVD-set-rather-than-a-new-version-Interne-294416. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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