Originally Posted by Lorspeaker
i bought a stack of "used" ($0.01 to $4.99) cds from amazon n their resellers....all came in mint condition, despited the " some user marks" remarks.
So i am restocking my funds for the next assault.
Glad all of yours came mint, you will find eventually that there are good and bad sellers on Amazon... Unfortunately a lot try to pass off ex-library discs without mentioning this fact, or without grading them appropriately (if they're not in original jewel case, and if any of the art is a photocopy, you'd better damn well not try to pass it off as VG or even G!). One seller, when I left negative feedback accordingly, had the audacity to ask me to rescind my feedback because they're a Fulfillment Services seller and they 'couldn't verify that it was actually them who sold it.' Nice try. But Amazon is good about handling returns/refunds if and when the need comes up.
I will put the name of one good seller out there - I have bought many discs from Movie Mars, who sell on Amazon and on eBay, and things have always been as described, and shipped in a timely fashion. I generally check to see if they're selling what I'm looking for before moving on to other sellers...