"I had no idea that this was even necessary until I found your site, then I realized that I hadn't rewound any of them and I certainly don't have the time to rewind them one by one! Heck, I wouldn't even know how to do it!" -- Actual email from Lou in Denver
"Love Your service! When will I be getting my DVDs back?" -- Lori in Colorado
"I received the wrong DVD back. Your customer service representative sounded drunk and swore at me." -- George in Edmonton
"Still haven't received my DVD's back." -- Lori in Colorado
"Love the service! Does blue-ray take longer to rewind?" -- Steve in Arkansas
"Great service! There's nothing like getting good value, so I checked out your BlankSheetofpaper.com utility as well. It's fantastic! Can you do the same thing with DVDs when I need a blank one? Thanks!" -- Monroe in Kentucky
Most modern DVD players cut costs by not including a rewind button. RewindDVDs fills the void by offering a free, mail in service to rewind any size DVD.
Why can't I rewind my own DVDs?
Because most modern DVD players lack a rewind button. Additionally, a modern DVD player simply does not have the technology to rewind DVDs as DVD tape is very tiny -- nearly invisible. Our simple mail in service means that you no longer have to struggle with complicated software or use your finger.
How does it work?
Simple! Just mail your DVDs to: Mail in DVD Rewinding Service, Suite 141-200, 6200 McKay Avenue, Burnaby, BC, V5H2P4.
How long does it take to get my DVDs back after sending them in?Return times vary, of course, but we strive to return DVDs at a minimum of three to six months after the receipt of the item. Our crack staff views each DVD, looking for defects such as nudity.
How much does it cost?
You can be assured that RewindDVDs will always be free of charge. Like this webpage, it makes money by intersplicing tiny ads into the movie before we return it. You won't even notice them.
Why should I want my DVDs rewound?
Rewound DVDs play 50% faster than a regular DVD and smell like fresh lilacs. You can watch a regular movie in just 45 minutes.
Do you take requests?
Absolutely! Here are the movies that I'd like to see: "Westworld", 1974; "Colossus, The Forbin Project", 1970; "Death Race 2000", 1975; and "Last Holiday" 1950.
RewindDVDs is wholly owned by Mr. Benjamin Bradford, an expert in the IT field with over 20 years of experience. Recently RewindDVDs welcomed its ten-thousandth visitor, and in a single day over 150 DVDs were forwarded to a poverty stricken village in the south of Africa. Sadly, they do not own a DVD player and so use them as african neck rings. If you have a technical question for Mr. Bradford, please forward all inquiries to bigdavediode at the email service gmail.com.
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