718 729 6400
nyc@virama.com
21-09 Borden Avenue
Long Island City, NY 11101
United States
0228 5488 9971
ber@virama.com
Kaiserin-Augusta-Allee 101
10553 Berlin
Deutschland
020 3239 6539
lon@virama.com
43 Moorefield Road
London N17 6PU
United Kingdom
  • We buy Books, CDs, DVDs, Legos & Toys
  • We do not cherry pick
  • We do not need a title list
  • Instant payment by check or paypal
  • FREE shipping of all CDs, DVDs and Legos from you to us with insurance and tracking number
How it works:
  1. Box up your CDs, DVDs and Legos
  2. Complete order form to get FREE labels
  3. Or stop by at our warehouse
    (address, directions and opening hours)
  4. We will quote you one price for everything
  5. Upon acceptance we will pay you by check or paypal
What are we looking for when we inspect your DVDs? All DVDs are checked for condition at the time of the sale. We make sure that your DVDs are originals and that they are in working condition. We checked for completeness and signs of markings, stickers, etc.
Which DVDs do we buy? We accept all genres and all kinds of movies. We also accept DVDs from all time periods, including but not limited to older DVDs from the 1980's and 1990's. We will not cherry pick through your collection, nor will we need a list of titles because we will buy everything. We do not accept liquidation ware, penny DVDs, bootlegs, or DVDs in case logice binders.

Answer the following three questions to see whether your DVDs are eligible:
  1. Did you buy your DVDs individually one-by-one in a video store or online?
  2. Are the DVDs in their original cases with complete cover art (dusty or broken cases are okay)?
  3. Are the DVDs without visible scratches if you hold them approximately twelve inches from the face?

If you answered "yes" to all these questions we will most likely accept all your DVDs. We are not in the business of finding fault with your collection but we have to protect ourselves against being taken advantage of.

Run through of which DVDs are acccepted:
  • All DVDs must to be in mint condition, without visible scratches. Look at the back side of your DVD a foot away in a normally lit room: if you do not see any scratches then we are able to accept the DVD.
  • We accept DVDs only if they have complete cover art and are in mint condition.
  • We accept DVDs only if they are region code 0, 1, or all (bought in the United States, Canada, Bermuda).
  • We accept DVDs only if they are in their orginal cases.
  • We accept DVDs with broken, cracked or dusty cases.
  • We accept DVDs that have the barcode scratched out or punched out.
  • We accept DVDs that have promo stickers on the case.
  • We accept foreign DVDs as long as they are region code 0, 1, or all.
  • We accept foreign DVDs as long as the title and artist are written in the Latin alphabet, for example Spanish, French, or Italian.
  • We accept Blu-rays and HD movies.

Run through of which DVDs are not accepted:
  • We do not accept DVDs with incomplete boxsets, for example missing DVDs or cover art.
  • We do not accept DVDs which have your initials written on the DVD or the cover art.
  • We do not accept DVDs which are stamped with "Promotional" on the DVD itself or which have a "promo" or "advance" sticker or stamp on the cover art.
  • We do not accept DVDs that are bootleg, copied or blank.
  • We do not accept imported DVDs with region codes other than 0, 1, or all.
  • We do not accept adult DVDs.

Other key facts:
  • We usually only accept one DVD per title. If you have several DVDs of one popular title, e-mail us the title(s) and we will let you know whether we are interested. We usually do accept 2 DVDs of the same title if two people have combined their collections resulting in an overlap of no more than 5% of the titles.
  • We reserve the right to refuse DVDs from online merchants, wholesalers, video stores, or studios who are trying to unload their low priced inventory. We will not pay for shipping these DVDs back.
  • We do not pay for returning DVDs that we reject because of missing cover art, scratches, water damage, or because they are liquidation ware or penny DVDs (DVDs with a resale value below $1.00).
How does our pricing software work? We know what every DVD is worth because we have a historical database going back eight years. We pay in a very fair and objective way; we calculate the average market price per DVD in your collection. The following chart shows the prices we usually pay, based on genre, for DVDs in mint condition with complete cover art:
Genre < $0.50 $0.50 $0.75 $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 $1.75 $2.00 > $2.00
Animation                  
Blockbuster - Top 40                  
Blu-ray & HD                  
Documentaries                  
Exercise & Fitness                  
Foreign Movies                  
Hollywood Movies                  
Independent Movies                  
Kids                  
Sundance Movies                  
What if some of your items are not worth anything? We know that 10% - 40% of the titles in the average movie collection have hardly any retail value. Most collections have other titles that make up for these near worthless items. Because we want to provide you the convenience of selling all your items at once and in one place we calculate the average price per item in your collection and pay you based on this average price. That way we can make you an offer for everything without picking your collection apart.
Why do we offer you our best-offer first without haggling? Haggling is the greatest annoyance of selling used household items. We will never lowball you and we will never force you to negotiate because our pricing algorithm determines what we pay in an objective and fair way. We know exactly how much we are able to pay you and we will give you our best offer first without any need for haggling.

We can not round up or negotiate our offer because our price offers are based on an algorithm. Our algorithm is optimized to buy the largest possible number of items at the lowest acceptable profit margin so that we can keep growing as a company. We would lose money and endanger the job security of our employees and the prospect of our company if we would pay more than dictated by our algorithm in individual cases.
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