I recently purchased a set of Early Ammar DVDs from a local magic dealer. OK not so much a dealer as a joke/sex toys shop that has a magic counter.
I normally only purchase the occasional item there if I don't have time to wait for mail order to arrive. When I was buying some sponge balls I spotted the set being sold as used. They said they were selling it for a customer.
As the price was good I decided to take them.
My concern stems from the printing on the disks themselves. While the images match what I see on web sights of magic dealers they seem to be somewhat dull in finish and not as crisp as I might have expected.
The disks themselves play properly with about the quality I would expect from something that was produced for VHS then later ported over to DVD.
I know that I can get a refund if these turn out to be knock offs but I don't want to be throwing around accusations unless I am sure. I don't think the store is cloning DVDs - frankly they are not that clever. I doubt that the customer they were selling these for was either but I just hat the thought of having bought a knock off.
Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.