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You really don't think they don't have a bot that scrapes the web for people selling codes for movies? I'd expect they've been doing it all along, just not penalizing anyone because there no clear process in place for offenders.
I'm all for free movies and signed up anyway. I know companies datamine and sell my data all the time. I just see a combination of a bunch of big movie companies leading to other collaborations as well. Every digital copy that is sold to someone who doesn't buy a retail copy eats into their profit to an extent, although not as much as years past.
-- Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds (PC - base game only) $2 -- Grim Fandango (PC) $2 -- Paul Mitchell Cutting/Coloring DVDs (9 at $1 each. I've sold these over and over on eBay.) -- The Office BBC Season 1 and 2 $1.50 for both (paired with the office season one scripts book I'm going to list for $30 or so) -- Kanoodle $1
I buy every Kanoodle and Bananagrams for $1 each I find at Goodwill. Then I pair these up, toss in a few other brain games like story cubes and sell it as a gift pack on eBay.
You can take things that are valued almost worthless by today's standards and as long as their in excellent condition or new sell them as a large lot. I've done well selling a set of something and phrasing it as a unofficial collectors lot. I'm almost ready to sell one of these filled with Classic Sierra pc games on cds. Another huge lot is going to be pc game manuals spanning 90s to early 2ks.
I spent about $50 at that HPB's sale. Some highlights:
-- Wii Sports (complete, going with my Wii lot) -- Best of British: Aston Martin DVD -- Tremors Attack Pack Franchise Collection DVD -- Martial Angels DVD (cat burglar Asian women) -- Tokyo Raiders DVD -- The Black Hole DVD -- Turner Classic Movies Catalog 2010 (Huge catalog with movie descriptions) -- Pictorial History of Buddha in 2 volumes (chinese/english) (Decent resale) -- The BackSide of Satan (1973) -- Great Tales of Jewish Occult and Fantasy -- A few 1st edition signed copies of a female mystery author (I forget offhand, but likely nobody you're ever heard of. Niche market.) -- Nuns Without Guns (Graphic Novel) -- A Dummy's Guide to Danger (Graphic Novel) -- A Dealership Audi 2008 Book (hardcover, I forget which model offhand but these always sell pretty well for me. Not sold in stores, only given to sales employees or 'stolen' from the waiting room at a dealership. I haven't done it but I've found a few copies that have property of stickers inside the covers.) -- Huge heavy Scientology lecture sets (two sealed/new. "The Life Continuum" and "The Command of Theta".) -- Tina Fey's Bossypants -- Some Amy Poehler Book
ON TERMINATION OF YOUR MOVIES ANYWHERE ACCOUNT, WHETHER TERMINATED BY YOU OR BY MOVIES ANYWHERE, YOU WILL IMMEDIATELY LOSE THE RIGHT TO ACCESS STREAMED CONTENT THROUGH THE MOVIES ANYWHERE SERVICE AND WITHIN A LIMITED PERIOD WILL LOSE THE RIGHT TO VIEW MOVIES ANYWHERE-ELIGIBLE MOVIES DOWNLOADED WITHIN THE MOVIES ANYWHERE SERVICE.
If a user signs up using the same email address as the one they use when selling VUDU/iTunes/Disney/Related Studio's electronic copies in forums, they can shut down their access and they would lose all their movies? Technically they're selling movies without being an authorized reseller.