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Aymanoglu
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July 2nd, 2008, 4:13 pm #31



Yeh I do all my shopping here. Postage is cheap too if you choose PTT on checkout.


The best new Turkish films (action, adventure, crime) on DVD are as follows:

SON OSMANLI / THE LAST OTTOMAN
http://www.ideefixe.com/video/tanim.asp ... 2OVC8LMPZH

PARS KIRAZ OPERASYONU (with Udo Kier!)
http://www.ideefixe.com/video/tanim.asp ... 4KPHJANVXL

KABADAYI / THE TOUGH GUY
http://www.ideefixe.com/Video/tanim.asp ... M8FVHUJWGV

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July 2nd, 2008, 4:14 pm #32

I'm in the checkout. What means:
Ünvan (city?)
Ad, Soyad (territory?)
Þirketler için:
Firma ünvaný
Vergi dairesi
Vergi numarasý
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Aymanoglu
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July 2nd, 2008, 4:18 pm #33

Unvan should be title: mr, mrs, etc. Not important. Bay for men, Bayan for women.
Ad: name
Soyad: surname

The rest is immaterial, for Turkish residents only like Tax number, business name, etc.

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July 2nd, 2008, 4:27 pm #34

At the bottom of the page there is DEVAM ET which is CONTINUE

The steps should be ADRES for your address -

Next page KARGO for your preferred postage (elect PTT) or more expensive ones if you want insurance, etc -

Next page is ODEME (payment) where you select your credit card and fill it in.

Then you have ONAY (Permit), you click "Onayliyorum" to go ahead, and you're done.



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July 2nd, 2008, 4:39 pm #35

Many thanx!

One final question before you shoot me

Into the ADRES page where I write my street number etc?

There are these "places"
Adresin adý
Ünvan
Ad, Soyad
Ülke
Þehir / Ýl
Ýlçe
Posta Kodu
Cadde, Sokak, Kapý No (a big box!)
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Aymanoglu
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July 2nd, 2008, 4:45 pm #36

OK, Posta Kodu for your post code -
The big box for your address!



Then just go to "Devam Et"

The box "fatura...gonderilsin" should be already ticked for you. This is the address you want to use.
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July 2nd, 2008, 6:48 pm #37

Thank you, Ayman
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July 2nd, 2008, 9:31 pm #38

Thanks from me as well, Ayman. These last two pages sure will become a source of reference when a few of us start ordering from there.

Obviously postage is a bit longer to Australia but do you have an idea of how quick they are with deliveries.


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Aymanoglu
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July 3rd, 2008, 4:59 am #39

I get it usually in around 3 weeks. I'm assuming 2 weeks for you guys

Allow about 4-5 days for them to fill your order out, depending on how busy they are. Being a massive store, I find their timing is sound.




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November 11th, 2015, 1:01 pm #40

the price for these DVD here in Istanbul ranges from 3 to 5 euro.
3 euro if you buy them in Unkapani, 4/5 euros if you buy them in Mephisto or D&R book stores

The out-of-print DVDs such as Babalarin Babasi or Kolsuz Kahraman can cost 12/15 TL (3-5 euros) too
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