We list the prices of new products only (no used products, only new products).
Amazon.com sells products themselves, but not only, they also have products from other sellers (it's called the Amazon Marketplace).
Indeed, some Marketplace sellers have prices as low as $0.01. But don't forget that you'll have to pay for the shipping. I know that it looks suspicious, but Amazon.com is a very serious store, and I doubt that Amazon would allow their clients to be robbed by the Marketplace sellers.
In my understanding, the Marketplace sellers apply a low price to be listed first:http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B00005BGQY/ref=dp_olp_new?ie=UTF8&condition=new
And they probably apply a shipping price which is superior to what they'll really pay for the shipping.
If you think that Coollector has a price wrong private label rights
, you can check for yourself: click the video, a window will appear with the video details, and at the bottom right there'll be a button to jump to the online store (Amazon.com or CDuniverse.com).
Many thanks for the clarification. It helped me too!