Importing 3d blu-rays – amazon, zavvi, rahul, delivery issues etc – page 7 – blu-ray forum

I won’t miss him at all. If his operation is truly shutting down, then I say good riddance. I’ve been burned multiple times by him and have had to dispute multiple charges through PayPal just to get my money back. I don’t think he has any criminal intent, but his operation is too big for its own good. Hence my dissatisfaction and the large amount of negative feedback on his eBay page. I’m sure other customers like yourself were lucky and never had any problems with him.

As for the quality of the Indian releases, I have to disagree with you. Compared to the US and UK releases, the Indian versions often look like bootlegs with flimsy cardboard, faded ink, and no embossing on slipcovers.

Almost all of my imported 3D discs are from the UK, and there is no foreign language on any of the cases/slipcovers. They are all in English. And most of the UK slipcovers have a nice metallic shine and embossing. The Indian releases look flat and washed-out in comparison. There’s also the matter of inferior audio quality on several Indian 3D discs (Infinity War and Valerian come to mind).

The point is — there are plenty of other places from which to import 3D discs. As I pointed out in another thread, Rahul does not/did not sell any 3D disc that wasn’t available for purchase elsewhere. (The only exception might be The BFG 3D). Almost all of the 3D discs he sold are still available for purchase on sites like Amazon UK, Zavvi, DDDHouse, etc. — all with higher quality packaging and at better prices.

I won’t miss him at all. If his operation is truly shutting down, then I say good riddance. I’ve been burned multiple times by him and have had to dispute multiple charges through PayPal just to get my money back. I don’t think he has any criminal intent, but his operation is too big for its own good. Hence my dissatisfaction and the large amount of negative feedback on his eBay page. I’m sure other customers like yourself were lucky and never had any problems with him.

As for the quality of the Indian releases, I have to disagree with you. Compared to the US and UK releases, the Indian versions often look like bootlegs with flimsy cardboard, faded ink, and no embossing on slipcovers. Almost all of my imported 3D discs are from the UK, and there is no foreign language on any of the cases/slipcovers. They are all in English. And most of the UK slipcovers have a nice metallic shine and embossing. The Indian releases look flat and washed-out in comparison. There’s also the matter of inferior audio quality on several Indian 3D discs (Infinity War and Valerian come to mind).

The point is — there are plenty of other places from which to import 3D discs. As I pointed out in another thread, Rahul does not/did not sell any 3D disc that wasn’t available for purchase elsewhere. (The only exception might be The BFG 3D). Almost all of the 3D discs he sold are still available for purchase on sites like Amazon UK, Zavvi, DDDHouse, etc. — all with higher quality packaging and at better prices.

I won’t miss him at all. If his operation is truly shutting down, then I say good riddance. I’ve been burned multiple times by him and have had to dispute multiple charges through PayPal just to get my money back. I don’t think he has any criminal intent, but his operation is too big for its own good. Hence my dissatisfaction and the large amount of negative feedback on his eBay page. I’m sure other customers like yourself were lucky and never had any problems with him.

As for the quality of the Indian releases, I have to disagree with you. Compared to the US and UK releases, the Indian versions often look like bootlegs with flimsy cardboard, faded ink, and no embossing on slipcovers. Almost all of my imported 3D discs are from the UK, and there is no foreign language on any of the cases/slipcovers. They are all in English. And most of the UK slipcovers have a nice metallic shine and embossing. The Indian releases look flat and washed-out in comparison. There’s also the matter of inferior audio quality on several Indian 3D discs (Infinity War and Valerian come to mind).

The point is — there are plenty of other places from which to import 3D discs. As I pointed out in another thread, Rahul does not/did not sell any 3D disc that wasn’t available for purchase elsewhere. (The only exception might be The BFG 3D). Almost all of the 3D discs he sold are still available for purchase on sites like Amazon UK, Zavvi, DDDHouse, etc. — all with higher quality packaging and at better prices.