Originally Posted by dojoman /forum/post/20159117
Anyone know what city are they located? Their FAQ page shows Northern California. I'm definitely interested now if they're like one city away from my home. It will take 1 day to get my movies.
I have one not in the FAQ - is this legal? It seems to me what you are doing isn't at all legal... but what do I know. I love the idea though!
Thank you for your concern. Our business is very much legal and hopefully solving for a small niche of customers – who much like ourselves, are 3D enthusiasts.
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Originally Posted by bravia3D /forum/post/20162798
Looks like a very cheap made site that's not even legal. Like someone said (I'm gonna rent 3D movies to make cash) threw a quick site together and started. I have a feeling the site don't have permission to rent those movies and what the person is doing is illegal. Once the studio lawyers find it, that guys gone. Wonder how many others they will come after.
Originally Posted by bravia3D /forum/post/20175610
Though they claim it's legal, I honestly wonder if they have a license to do this? I would think a site renting 3D blu-rays would be much more professional looking.