Complaint / review / scam report
DVD Collects
Pirated DVDs

I wanted a box set of Boston Legal. The price on Amazon was over $100 so the price at DVD Collects ($50 plus $20 shipping) was attractive. I had concerns that the DVDs would be pirated, not only because of the too-good-to-be-true-price but because the DVDs work worldwide: normally DVDs are territory specific. Anyhow, I ordered the set figuring I could rely on Visa to refund my money if the goods were fraudulent. The next day I got an email from DVD Collects saying the set was no longer available. When I Googled the company name, up came this complaint site and several others. So I called the US number listed on their website (go to bottom, click on site map, then Contact Us), which is an unpublished number in Casa Grande, AZ, and which no one answered during daytime hours. I also checked the hidden headers on the email sent to me from [email protected] and it originated in China through, a web server based in Shanghai. So yes, THESE ARE PIRATED DVDS coming out of China, and like all counterfeit goods from there they may be funding organized crime. I am now worried they have my credit card info including the security code on back, and must now sign up for identity theft alerts. I wish I had done my research BEFORE ordering. Lesson learned.
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Offender: DVD Collects

Country: Canada   Province: British Columbia

Category: TV & Radio


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