Blu-rays £1.49 at ebay/estocks
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Blu-rays £1.49 at ebay/estocks

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Found 17th Aug 2014
New and free delivery.

Little fockers
Batman gotham knight
Street fighter chun li
Ong bak 3
Mandy lane
Oceans 13
Wolf creek
The social network
Chernobyl diaries

others
Robin hood £1.76
The hurt locker £1.98
Splice £1.36
The wrestler £2.18
Public enemies £2.18
Johnny english £2.18
Bangkok bound £1.57
The descendants £1.27
Safe house £1.69
Leatherheads £1.71

and more being newly listed.

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Thanks OP ordered a few, Public Enemies for £2.18 out of stock now, couldn't get a copy

Banned

copped the last johnny english

Original Poster

I got The descendants (george clooney film) for £1.27, thanks op.

Some of these blu rays are listed as new, some very good, some good. Some are the slipcovers only. Some are rental versions. Cheers

Got Wolf Creek. Thanks OP

Some poor **** sold these for pennies

Just bought a few, handy to have in for a rainy day or night. Thanks for sharing.

Presumably these are secondhand?

Just bought some, thanks!

great find, just ordered 6 for under £10 (4 of them new)
cheers

Got Mandy Lane (great film!) and Paranormal Activity 2

Estocks is the same as Zoverstocks on Amazon, they have a few names, they are all really Music Magpie, they buy all their DVDs dirt cheap and sell them on, they make millions and millions and dont pay tax!

Good if you want a deal, but you always take a chance as the quality control isn't great

The Descendants is a very good film, The Social Network also decent. The rest range from bad to terrible. Heat added though, as it's definitely worth a punt at these prices! Nice find thebaron69!

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AcornGuy2012

The Descendants is a very good film, The Social Network also decent. The … The Descendants is a very good film, The Social Network also decent. The rest range from bad to terrible. Heat added though, as it's definitely worth a punt at these prices! Nice find thebaron69!



One missed call is supposed to be really bad but for £1.10 you can then get £1.30 exchange at cex.

paul.jacobs

Some poor **** sold these for pennies



Aye in your opinion. Still a good price

thebaron69

One missed call is supposed to be really bad but for £1.10 you can then … One missed call is supposed to be really bad but for £1.10 you can then get £1.30 exchange at cex.



Woh, you must really count the pennies to go to all that effort for 20p profit.

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Feeble

Woh, you must really count the pennies to go to all that effort for 20p … Woh, you must really count the pennies to go to all that effort for 20p profit.



No i was simply stating that once you have watched the film you can trade it in and it hasn't cost you anything.


Anyway i am as tight as a http://www.rollonfriday.com/Portals/0/images/ducks_arse.jpg


Edited by: "thebaron69" 17th Aug 2014

thebaron69

No i was simply stating that once you have watched the film you can trade … No i was simply stating that once you have watched the film you can trade it in and it hasn't cost you anything.



Take it to GAME and if they take it you could get £2.30

Thanks for the reminder GAME still exist. And for the nice duxarse.

Thank you

Ordered -
Scary Movie V - £2.10
All The Boys Love Mandy Lane
Chernobyl Diaries - £1.49
Wolf Creek - £1.49
One Missed Call - £1.10
The Social Network - £1.49
Little Fockers - £1.49
Splice - £1.36

Thanks OP. Ordered JLS - Eyes Wide Open for £1.78.

.... kidding. Nice deal though

WARNING! regarding estocks. They are not new blu-rays. They re-package used discs and they put them in new cases. They are musicmagpie who buy your old stuff. They also sell on other market places under the name zoverstocks.

zoverstocks stuff is always good quality.

elvis1234

WARNING! regarding estocks. They are not new blu-rays. They re-package … WARNING! regarding estocks. They are not new blu-rays. They re-package used discs and they put them in new cases. They are musicmagpie who buy your old stuff. They also sell on other market places under the name zoverstocks.



totally illegal.

social network is not 1.49 but 8.23 new delivered.

thanks ordered The Social Network

HOTTTTTTTTTTT

northerngeek

totally illegal.social network is not 1.49 but 8.23 new delivered.



evrrything i have bought off zoverstocks / estocks / music magpie, if stated new it is usually shrinkwrapped
or if no shrinkwrap the disc doesnt look like its been played.

I've bought a couple of things from this lot recently - the first item was water damaged. When I commented, they refunded the money, and said I could do what I liked with the item. (They also then removed the listing from eBay).

The second item was the wrong item, so again I contacted them, and have had no reply. They've also removed this item, blocking me from leaving feedback.

Round about the same time, they seemed to be getting a lot of negative feedback on eBay. Which is a shame, as they have a CD way cheaper that I want that is way cheaper than anywhere else, but once bitten, twice shy, and all that.

Social Network new for £1.49. Love this film, and love the price. Cheers OP

elvis1234

WARNING! regarding estocks. They are not new blu-rays. They re-package … WARNING! regarding estocks. They are not new blu-rays. They re-package used discs and they put them in new cases. They are musicmagpie who buy your old stuff. They also sell on other market places under the name zoverstocks.



Completely true, they buy them in dirt cheap used, and ones which look in good condition they just shrink wrap themselves.

They are on Play as well.

Because they sell so much, they work on a low profit margin, and negative feedback gets hidden over all the good ones, also if you are a big seller on Amazon/Play/Ebay etc, you often get neg feedback removed by them cause you making them so much money.

So on Music Magpie they will pay £1.02 for The Hurt Locker Bluray, they then re-shrinkwrap it, and sell it on for £1.98 on ebay with estocks, they work on very small margins, but with all the feedback they get, they can then make more money on other items which they get in for pennies.

And of course no VAT paid, they pay less fees on Amazon, Ebay and Play than your normal sellers of course. Its a clever business model to be fair, even if a bit dishonest

will never use these if i order more than they will probably never come like my lastorder
Edited by: "shakey1981" 18th Aug 2014

Bought lots of items from Zoverstocks/estocks. Generally very good.

A few have had problems - damaged cases, wrong item, missing items (in collectors editions for example). The majority they refunded no problem.

One item however, which was a Wii game...they said send back...so I did...and then they claimed they never received it.

Because the item was freepost, it didn't meet Royal Mail's 'criteria' for claims. So I was left out of pocket, with no game.

Luckily it wasn't a huge amount, but still...bad experience.

Original Poster

I recently sent off for a 7 -disc frank sinatra dvd set for £1.50 but they sent me a completely different item, a 1 disc dvd. They refunded me and i kept the dvd. If you think they have sent you a pre-owned blu-ray instead of new then complain ,make out the disc is in so bad of condition they will not ask you to return it and refund you.

whatyadoinsucka

evrrything i have bought off zoverstocks / estocks / music magpie, if … evrrything i have bought off zoverstocks / estocks / music magpie, if stated new it is usually shrinkwrappedor if no shrinkwrap the disc doesnt look like its been played.



Yes they shrinkwrap them as well. The discs are still products they have purchased second hand.

thebaron69

I recently sent off for a 7 -disc frank sinatra dvd set for £1.50 but … I recently sent off for a 7 -disc frank sinatra dvd set for £1.50 but they sent me a completely different item, a 1 disc dvd. They refunded me and i kept the dvd. If you think they have sent you a pre-owned blu-ray instead of new then complain ,make out the disc is in so bad of condition they will not ask you to return it and refund you.



I'm not talking about the odd item being sold as new when it is really a used disc. They process thousands every day like this.

JonDOnnis

Completely true, they buy them in dirt cheap used, and ones which look in … Completely true, they buy them in dirt cheap used, and ones which look in good condition they just shrink wrap themselves.They are on Play as well.Because they sell so much, they work on a low profit margin, and negative feedback gets hidden over all the good ones, also if you are a big seller on Amazon/Play/Ebay etc, you often get neg feedback removed by them cause you making them so much money.So on Music Magpie they will pay £1.02 for The Hurt Locker Bluray, they then re-shrinkwrap it, and sell it on for £1.98 on ebay with estocks, they work on very small margins, but with all the feedback they get, they can then make more money on other items which they get in for pennies.And of course no VAT paid, they pay less fees on Amazon, Ebay and Play than your normal sellers of course. Its a clever business model to be fair, even if a bit dishonest



They do pay vat but they operate under a special vat scheme where they only pay vat on any net profit they make on it each item sold. They can do this as they buy the products second hand from private individuals.

elvis1234

They do pay vat but they operate under a special vat scheme where they … They do pay vat but they operate under a special vat scheme where they only pay vat on any net profit they make on it each item sold. They can do this as they buy the products second hand from private individuals.



finally another hukd who understands second hand VAT and explained perfectly...
VAT only applies to new items, hence the charge on net profit.

next we'll be told second hand car dealers don't pay VAT, lol.
[hence new cars depreciate so quickly]

elvis1234

Yes they shrinkwrap them as well. The discs are still products they have … Yes they shrinkwrap them as well. The discs are still products they have purchased second hand.



When is an item no longer New!, I'd say if a media item (cd, dvd, BR) is in shrinkwrap, purchased from a defunct business for example blockbuster, hmv or a record film company with surplus stock to offload to musicmagpie
then it is new stock.

I sincerely hope they are not taking just any old stock in and shrinkwrapping it.
That really is bad practise, and trading standards need to be made aware.

I buy a lot from zoverstocks, and if I have been lucky enough to get an item shrinkwrapped the disc has been brand new unplayed

You can tell the difference between factory cellophane and clingfilm shrinkwrap. Even amazon sells opened returned items as new.

All new films in HMV are sealed at the factory. Very rarely have I seen a shop item sold opened. Returns and rental stock are sold in Fopp, HMV's bargain outlet, who have a "try and return" policy if not happy.
If you try Music Magpie/zover/estocks, they sell for massive makups and buy for pennies. Hence the most successful online retailer by profit.
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