• Report: #699300
Complaint Review:

Costas DVD

  • Submitted: Thu, February 24, 2011
  • Updated: Thu, February 24, 2011

  • Reported By: Brumble — Oslo Other Norway
Costas DVD
Internet United States of America

Costas DVD Name appearing on credit card statement: Perfect DVD`s Pirated tv shows. Scam. Dropbox shipping Internet

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I ordered the complete Third Watch series in a DVD box set from the webshop COSTAS DVD (www.whycostas.com) and the webshop seemed to be very professional. After ordering, nearly a month went by without a word from the seller, then all of a sudden I got a mail from them where they were apologizing for the delay and explained it by " people having long vacations in the U.S".
Yesterday the goods arrived and my first impression just by looking at the cover of the box set was: "you gotta be kidding me". In a cheap plastic case the dvd`s were thrown about and the front of the cover seemed to be printed with an old inkjet obviously almost out of colour, the entire product oozed of low quality. After trying to watch the dvd`s on my region free player it soon became obvious that the product I had received was a complete scam.  Some of the dvd`s would not even play.

The video quality was so low that it seemed like a low quality VHS tape in a nearly busted player. And the worst of it all was that you could clearly see the logo of the broadcaster (which the show was taped from) in the upper right corner (TV 4 PG). To state the obvious: the product I had received was nothing but a low quality VHS tape that someone has made of the show and put it onto dvd`s for ripping other people off. The product was also delivered by the method of drop shipping from Shanghai (China), a method where it to the customs looks like You Yourself is the importer.


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