8Store Anime Archive productions are derivative works of older, abandoned, unlicensed or PD (public domain)
materials. A derivative work means the original work has added elements (music, titles, narrative, etc..) to
distinguish a producer’s modified version from the original. We work hard to find the hardest to find series and
episodes and we work hard to so ours are set apart from any others. When we go the "extra mile" then see others
outright copying the work, it is quite discouraging.
Because we have noticed our special 8Store works appearing on other websites either for sale, or as
“downloadable” via P2P (peer to peer) networks, the necessity arose to modify our Terms of purchase
and also speak our mind concerning these practices. For the record, we have gone to great lengths and
considerable effort to produce our Exclusive derivative works – and not to have the data simply copied by
others or uploaded to file sharers.
We can cease working for the public and enjoy our private collection at any time!
This will be up to you, the customer who trusts us to bring the you the finest rare and vintage anime materials in
excellent quality with custom menus and graphics that are never “slapped-together” to make a buck. Be assured
we are monitoring what is happening on the Internet at all times. Nothing will slip past us concerning these
derivative works we put our Blood,Sweat, & Tears into without us knowing about it.
Therefore, by purchasing 8Store items you, the Purchaser Agree Not to make any digital copy or electronic or magnetic
facsimile for the purpose to resell such copies at any time in cyberspace or any wholesale or retail outlet. Furthermore, you
also Agree Not to ever upload the data to any server in order to share the data on any P2P or file sharing network.
Purchaser is responsible to agree to and to abide by these terms.
We understand this message is only for a small handful of those who may read it but we want our position to be perfectly clear. And if
you came here because you want to use our work to start an “eBay store” or get feel-good comments about how generous you are at
a P2P site you need to leave right now and don’t buy anything on the way out the door - ; P
As Purchaser, You Agree not to make any digital copy or
electronic or magnetic facsimile of these works for the purpose
to resell such copies at any time in cyberspace or any
wholesale or retail outlet. Furthermore, you also Agree Not to
upload the work or data comprising the work to any Internet
server to freely share the data on any P2P or file sharing
network. Purchaser is responsible to agree to and to abide by
|8Store Anime Archive
MAY's 8Store CUSTOMER EDUCATION TIP:
Q: When it's a DVD-R (recordable) what does "BRAND NEW & SEALED"
mean to you as a customer??
A: This type of terminology, "brand new & sealed" used in reference to a DVD-R disc, as an
supposed customer "benefit" means absolutely nothing at all!
DVD-R is "WRITE ONCE" media, it can not be recorded over so certainly the discs are "new"...we use
only "new" DVD discs and it's not necessary really to say so. lol.
The word "Sealed" could be a myriad of things from the disc being inside a DVD case or even
"shrink-wrapped" by various methods. Our answer to this is this kind of equipment is easily available
to ANYONE...so they took a "newly burned" DVD and shrink-wrapped it or put in a case and maybe
shrink-wrapped that. So what's the point we must ask?
This business of "Brand new and Sealed" is nothing but a ploy, something deceptive to make the
customer believe that they are getting some sort of special benefit, when in reality they are getting
nothing but a piece of shrink-wrap they will toss in the refuse, most likely.
The origin of this sort of nonsense? Most likely e-Auction sellers trying to throw auction authorities
off the "trail" when selling unauthorized DVDs on those auction sites!
|Attention Comcast email users!
Comcast is protecting you so well from Spam, they are also protecting you from getting any
reply emails from us (and who knows who else).
If your email request originates from Comcast network we are not ignoring you, we simply
can not reply and get past Comcast's overly-stringent Spam protection.
You will need to email us from a different client than Comcast, please.