I saw this note from a company:
"Please note that all our products are produced and treated with the patented “Media-Technik” process.
This special treatment usually distorts sound/video quality if copies are made, and which allows our technicians to determine whether or not copying (or burning/ripping to a computer, DVD, or mp3 player) has been attempted in the event of return, exchange, or refund.
Copying these products is not only against the law, but it voids all guarantees and warranties.
Fortunately, 98% of our customers are thrilled with the quality and value of the information that we provide, keep and use the materials and make subsequesnt purchases from us.
However, of the 2% who opt for refunds, we have found that over one-half to have copied or attempted to copy the material and then retuned them for refund.
It is for this that reason that we converted to the Media-Technik process for all our programs beggining in late-1997.
It is now our policy to expose all returned material to the Media-Technik analasis meter and to refuse refunds in instances where copying of the material is evident.
Our chief technician has over 15 years experience in media manufacturing and duplication, and has been certified by the Media-Technik corporation as an analyst."
Sounds like complete and total bunk to me, but I thought I’d ask some folks who know more than I do. Is there anything to this?