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  Reply # 762226 14-Feb-2013 13:04
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Behodar: When you sell a movie on Trade Me, you select it from a list and it automatically provides details on (among other things) actors, aspect ratio, and rating.


I had them up about this a few years back as they didn't have a separate section for DVDs and Blurays, and they used stock photos for both, so the buyer had to read down to the sellers comments to see which media/version they were selling.

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Right, just got this back from the Film & Video Labelling Body.  Apologies if this info has already been posted too!

- You will be required to send in the DVD’s along with a return courier pack, or we can charge one to you.
- If you wish to submit only 1 DVD, the service will be free.
- Subsequent DVD's will be charged at the normal fee, either $31.05 (if DVD is different) or $14.95 (if identical)

So...
That's one DVD label provided for free, but you still have to cover return shipping.
From then on out it's $15 per DVD, assuming they are legitimately the same product that was classified here in NZ and just purchased internationally.  If there are any differences it will cost you $31 instead.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 764153 18-Feb-2013 13:43
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too much hassle

too expensive

bugger them

sell privately

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