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"You did a fabulous job! Last week, I sent you an ancient original cassette tape that can't be bought any longer...and in less than 7 days I received my tape back with a great recording on CD! I've listened to the CD all day from my computer...what a fantastic job! Thanks a bunch!!"

Your DVD does not play on my DVD player. Can I get a refund?

Sorry, but we can not issue refunds if your DVD player does not read our DVD-Rs. Every single DVD we produce is quality tested in our studios before it is shipped. We know with 100% certainty that all DVDs we ship are playable on average (and reasonably maintained) equipment. There are only two reasons for a DVD we produced not to play correctly: 1) DVD playback equipment is not functioning properly, or 2) DVD playback equipment was manufactured prior to year 2001. All 2002 (and after) models are engineered to play DVD-Rs. Please note that playing DVDs on computers (using “software players”) can only be as good as the software AND the computer used.