Tone Parsons

dvdentertainmentshop.com is a fraud!

For those of you who use facebook, you’ve already seen this… but I want to make it so anyone who googles dvdentertainmentshop.com is warned.

For my birthday, I ordered myself a copy of Stargate SG-1, “The Complete Series” from that website. I had found them via an add from facebook. They were selling it for $50 less than I was able to find it anywhere else and I jumped on the it immediately.

I became suspicious when I received an email from them with my tracking number…. it was shipped from China (the movie piracy capitol of the world). When it arrived yesterday, I became even more suspicious when I opened it up. The box looks legit, but the contents were shoddily packaged and the print on the DVD’s looked kinda crappy. After putting in 3 of the DVD’s (chosen at random from the 54 in the box set), it became apparent that they are bootlegs… the sound and picture quality aren’t very good.

So… being the fascist that I am…. I called the MPAA in Los Angeles, CA and spoke to Bob in the internet department. Apparently, dvdentertainmentshop.com is a known shipper of bootleg DVD’s. They seemed shocked that I found them via a facebook add, but said there wasn’t much I could do.

I contacted paypal to dispute the charge, but their reply was that they only deal with people who never receive a product, not with sellers who market bootleg products. My bank won’t help either.

So… lesson learned, moving on… a little wiser now.

In a nutshell…. do not buy from dvdentertainmentshop.com. While you will get what they sell… what they sell isn’t what you want.

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  1. Amanda November 16th, 2009 6:06 pm

    I ordered the X-files from them. The price was good, but so low it sent up a red flag. I filed a dispute with PayPal and got a refund in a few HOURS. I ended up getting the set a few days later and its obviously bootleg, but not the worse bootleg I’ve ever seen. One of the DVDs I’ve tried skips too much to even watch, though.

    Oh well. Pretty shitty of them to advertise to poor students on facebook (like me) who need affordable Christmas gifts.

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