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elephant (67) 12-12-10  09:36am
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Price must be different for UK users

Price I was charged was 9.95 ($15.72)

Don't know which currancy converter was used or if the price has risen here but just checked my statement and it was for 9.95, still cheap but just thought I'd point it out for people from the UK, you might pay more than the $9.95 stated.

Site was ok but did find lots of downloads were finishing early and not fully downloading to the end, this was with me using Opera browser though and using firefox seemed to fix the problem, again just a tip for others.

Good site though and some really good orgy movies which I like, not HD though but on the plus side, they didn't take hours to download which bugs me somewhat. I think you have to buy the dvd for HD quality but they do stream HD movies too her so you can watch HD if that's the way you like to watch your porn.

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BadMrFrosty (56) Welcome to the reprehensible practice known as regional pricing.
12-12-10  12:17pm

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lk2fireone (196) I am a current member of Devils Film, in the US.

The offering price for my membership was $9.95/month through PU/TBP.

12-12-10  01:05pm

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RustyJ (145) Yes, for me it was 9,95. At least on this site you get the TBP discount, some sites give that also only to US subscribers.

I wonder if these could be circumvented using some US proxy server? After all, the price is usually determined using your IP address before you tell where you actually are from.

12-12-10  11:35pm

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nostromo (12) It would be nice -although i fail to see how- if euro and pound holders could fight these thieves back. Now that the euro is rising against the USD regional pricing (looting) is all over the place again. I'm pissed due to these shady practices but if i were british i'd be in a foul mood believe me.
01-25-11  06:59am

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nostromo (12) Thieves, and they have been getting away with it for a long time...


it is a freaking scandal, or at least it ought to be


01-25-11  07:11am

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REPLY TO #5 - nostromo :

At the risk of repeating myself ...

For the record, regional pricing has *nothing* to do with currency exchange.

That doesn't make regional pricing any nicer, but it is wrong thinking to confuse regional pricing with a currency exchange rate.

01-25-11  08:04am

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nostromo (12) REPLY TO #6 - Khan :

I beg to differ Khan, we end up paying a whole lot more than USD holders, and this practice started when the USD started to seriously loose ground versus other currencies -i've followed closely for years the evolution of the USD versus the euro-. Basically the Fed has been debasing your currency, and i suspect that some clever guys thought that if euro holders -for instance- were paying something close to a 1 to 1 ratio (that is, a little bit more money than USD holders) between USD and euros, why not keep them paying the aforementioned ratio, despite the debasing of the USD and it loosing ground versus other currencies; thus, when all is said and done, paying an awful lot more?
01-25-11  08:33am

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REPLY TO #7 - nostromo :

It appears that you've misunderstood what I said.

I did *not* say that those in Europe or the UK are not paying higher prices. I didn not even say it wasn't unfair. What I said is that regional pricing is *not* a factor of currency conversion.

Regional pricing (also known as geo targeted pricing) is webmasters deciding to charge what they feel the market will bear. Their thinking is much like the shop owner who charges tourist a higher price than locals because they figure they'll pay that price.

While I would (personally) agree that regional pricing is unfair, I know that many folks still (wrongly) think it's a factor of an unfair exchange rate ... and that's simply not the case.

01-25-11  09:28am

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nostromo (12) REPLY TO #8 - Khan :

I agree that is not a factor of an "unfair" exchange rate, because there is not such thing as an "unfair" exchange rate, the market -central banks for the most part, which are the big players who have the economic might to buy astronomical amounts of diverse currencies, hence, determining their respective prices-.

But, they started using geo-targeted pricing when the euro surpass the 1.50 mark, and i believe that that isn't a coincidence by any means; that's february-april 2008, perhaps it was used by a few unknown sites to me before -bear in mind that i'm a porn junkie-, but it was then, and only then, when it commenced to be applied across the board. Since they noticed that we suckers still paid their outrageous prices they saw no reason to get rid of geo-targeted pricing.

We'll have to agree to disagree on this.


01-25-11  09:58am

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