BMG issued "Elvis in concert" double CD with a limited numbered edition slipcase (25,000 copies only) but sold the same title without the special slipcase too and in total over 82,500 copies were sold in Europe.
A buyer of the CD with slipcase number 17,636 took BMG to court for misleading buyers and BMG was fined £ 4,000.00 (about $ 2500). Trading Standards warned that record manufacturers should accurately describe the products that they sell. Wouldn't it be nice if a 'limited edition" is not issued in at least 50,000 copies? No wonder the RIAA isn't able to count Elvis' sales correctly, when this is common BMG practice.