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Star Wars Absolutely Everything You Need To Know @ Amazon Prime for £4.99 (or add £2.80)
Star Wars Absolutely Everything You Need To Know @ Amazon Prime for £4.99 (or add £2.80)

Star Wars Absolutely Everything You Need To Know @ Amazon Prime for £4.99 (or add £2.80)

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Nice stocking filler for star wars fans only £4.99 for Prime but +£2.80p+p non prime. Hardback book published by DK, gets good reviews.

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Thank you, ordered two. Heat from me

A Star Wars fan would already know everything that's in this re-hash of every other Star Wars book, so only for not Star Wars fans.

Only 15p more delivered here if you don't wish to support a company who considers itself above the law by illegally selling bootleg CD's.
Edited by: "Elevation" 6th Nov 2016

thank you ordered

Elevation

A Star Wars fan would already know everything that's in this re-hash of … A Star Wars fan would already know everything that's in this re-hash of every other Star Wars book, so only for not Star Wars fans.Only 15p more delivered here if you don't wish to support a company who considers itself above the law by illegally selling bootleg CD's.



​Bootleg CD's?

Elevation

A Star Wars fan would already know everything that's in this re-hash of … A Star Wars fan would already know everything that's in this re-hash of every other Star Wars book, so only for not Star Wars fans.Only 15p more delivered here if you don't wish to support a company who considers itself above the law by illegally selling bootleg CD's.



​Can't wait for the summons to arrive

(gets popcorn)

SweeneyUK

​Bootleg CD's?



amazon.co.uk/d/D…kyo

Bootleg CD's. That's just but one example.

Also this is what happens when you try to warn others that Amazon are breaking the law:

https://s17.postimg.org/ka8jszgv3/stopped.jpg


Edited by: "Elevation" 6th Nov 2016

Hhhm seems unlikely Amazon would risk law suits from music companies, who would be all to willing to sue, I guess you mean market place? Which isn't quiet the same is it

Sawb

Hhhm seems unlikely Amazon would risk law suits from music companies, who … Hhhm seems unlikely Amazon would risk law suits from music companies, who would be all to willing to sue, I guess you mean market place? Which isn't quiet the same is it



It's on Amazon, who kindly uploaded and broke down an illegal CD into convenient mp3 tracks. I'd say that's pretty much the same, isn't it. They consider that they don't have to pay the correct tax rate, it's hardly a stretch that they also consider themselves above the law when it comes to bootlegs.

Nope, I'd guess the seller had to make declarations they had the rights to the music and so hold the ultimate responsibility, Amazon when confronted with evidence to the contrary should and probably have to investigate, but one person's warning on a review does not constitute as such (have you live chatted with them rasing the issue?) plus the tax rate issue is nonsense, should they of payed lots more? yes, did they by law have to? No, completely the government's fault

Sawb

Nope, I'd guess the seller had to make declarations they had the rights … Nope, I'd guess the seller had to make declarations they had the rights to the music and so hold the ultimate responsibility, Amazon when confronted with evidence to the contrary should and probably have to investigate, but one person's warning on a review does not constitute as such (have you live chatted with them rasing the issue?) plus the tax rate issue is nonsense, should they of payed lots more? yes, did they by law have to? No, completely the government's fault



You would think that someone posting a review (and they've actually published someone else calling another bootleg a bootleg) and mentioning the word "bootleg" would automatically trigger someone with a sense of copyright knowledge let alone morality as "oh, maybe we shouldn't be facilitating the sale of this illegal item, breaking the law, and we should remove it because we're a fine upstanding law-abiding website here. I shall look into this matter". Um.......nope.
Also the "evidence" would be a few seconds checking on the dozens of Prince discographies out there - and seeing the bootlegs not on any of them.
Edited by: "Elevation" 7th Nov 2016

​You really don't like Amazon do you. Calm down pal, pretty sure if they was doing something wrong a company as big as Amazon won't get away with it for to long.

But if it's really bothering you that much, then I suggest you write to the head office or someone higher up instead of writing a single review moaning about it.

Elevation

You would think that someone posting a review (and they've actually … You would think that someone posting a review (and they've actually published someone else calling another bootleg a bootleg) and mentioning the word "bootleg" would automatically trigger someone with a sense of copyright knowledge let alone morality as "oh, maybe we shouldn't be facilitating the sale of this illegal item, breaking the law, and we should remove it because we're a fine upstanding law-abiding website here. I shall look into this matter". Um.......nope. Also the "evidence" would be a few seconds checking on the dozens of Prince discographies out there - and seeing the bootlegs not on any of them.



SweeneyUK

​You really don't like Amazon do you. Calm down pal, pretty sure if they w … ​You really don't like Amazon do you. Calm down pal, pretty sure if they was doing something wrong a company as big as Amazon won't get away with it for to long.But if it's really bothering you that much, then I suggest you write to the head office or someone higher up instead of writing a single review moaning about it.



Don't worry I approached them on their UK Twitter too Absolutely no response whatsoever. Shocker.
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