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Has anyone had any experience with "im port" dvd sales lately?

I sold them about a year ago without any issues. I sold about 500 of them but got fed up with the returns from people who could not get them to work. Regardless I built up a feedback of over 200 and 99.7 of them were positive.
I am just wondering if ebay is as lenient with these, this would be a good gage to see just how strict they have gotten.

A year ago you could sell a new release dvd for 10 dollars without an issue. Just curious if anyone has had any recent experiences with these.
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Why are you asking this question?? Just sell them and if something happens then, then worry.
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Has anyone had any experience with "im port" dvd sales lately?

I sold them about a year ago without any issues. I sold about 500 of them but got fed up with the returns from people who could not get them to work. Regardless I built up a feedback of over 200 and 99.7 of them were positive.
I am just wondering if ebay is as lenient with these, this would be a good gage to see just how strict they have gotten.

A year ago you could sell a new release dvd for 10 dollars without an issue. Just curious if anyone has had any recent experiences with these.
You should move to New York! I've been there recently and it's amazing how many people sell these dvds on the street for something like 5$ (in chinatown).
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Try iOffer...they love bootlegs
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They are getting strict on these. I just sold one set in a new account with 10 feedback and immediately after payment, my Paypal was limited.....



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Why are you asking this question?? Just sell them and if something happens then, then worry.

Because I want to see where things have gone in a year. And it appears things have been tightened up quit a bit.
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Centrley dont use ****pal for selling of any dvds it dosent matter if there real or bootleg u will get limted! Google works great for selling any types of dvds cause unlike gaypal they dont limt you for every thing u sale

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What are "im port" dvd sales? Is this a supplier? Or is it a special make? Or is it a kind of bootleg?
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kind of a bootleg i'm sure
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Does "im port" have a website or dropship?
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I just put a space in there b/c i didnet want search engines to bring this forum up. They are copies usually from china.
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I'm doing VeRO DVDs.. Quick way to make money.


I'm doing them on my computer, burn, all professional. Even have thermal label printer.


The idea is to do movies which authors do not actively seek and shut down seller for selling them. If you ever get a VeRO owner contact you and ask you to stop selling, stop. (that's how I got my account suspended, I told him to go f himself).


Now, any eBay member can report your item to eBay selling it's an unauthorized copy. Thus, put "NOTE WE ARE FULLY AUTHORIZED TO SELL THIS DVD" at the very top of your listing. That way only a VeRO owner can get you in trouble.


I have 3 types of eBay accounts:


Buyer, Legitimate Seller, and VeRO seller.


I'll be nuts to sell VeRO using a legitimate seller account. Chances of getting suspended a highly probable. Keep it low, don't make waves. Be pepared to get suspended and limited. But otherwise it is worth the trouble, money is good.
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Thermal Label Printer...or Thermal Disc Printer? Two different things... two wildly different prices
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Thermal anything is highly expensive. Most Vero sellers use Ink Jet printable dvds for their "imports".

yes, certain companies are stricter then others. When a copany vero's you most likely that account is toast. YES selling vero dvds has gotten very difficult lately and expect your big account to be suspended eventually. Some guys sell thousands and don't get booted but they all do eventually. Have multiple accounts is all I can say.

YOU seriously paid all that money for thermal? Its not the intial fee of the printer that bothers me, its the cost of thermal ink.
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I import lots of games from China too. Quick way to get VERO on you. Even if it's an authentic version, selling it on eBay to people who arent supposed to have it yet is a no-no.
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Go stealth or just stop doing it
there are your two options
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