I do a lot of ebaying.
Last week I sold a Spanish edition of "Hymns of Millennial Dawn". It was not an original, in fact I don't believe "HYmns of Millennial Dawn" was ever published by the Societyt in Spanish. Anyways, The auction title said "Hymn of Millennial Dawn -Spanish Ed. (Watchtower Related)".
I specifically mentioned in the description that the "Hymns" were originally published by the Watchtower in the 1890s and that this edition was published by the Bible Students. I started the auction at $4.00, sold it for $6.00.
The person gets the item, yesterday he contacts me and says he doesn't want it and wants his money back, says this was not published by the Bible Students, that it was published by the Dawn Bible Students and that there is a difference. I told him to stuff it, he filed a grievance and ebay gave him back his money, so now I am not only out the money, but the book.
Two weeks agao, I sold a "Daniel, beloeved of Jehovah" by R.E. Streeter, published by the PBI in 1923. It was a commentary on Daniel, published by a former Pilgrim for the Society, who left during the split. All this information was listed on the description. Dumb idiot, after he bids and wins tells me, he didn't know the book was apostate and that he wasn't going to pay for it. This was the second time I tried to sell the book, the first time the same thing happened with another JW.
Last year, some guy in Europe bought about $100.00 worth if stuff, I mailed it out, he claimed he never got it. I had the receipt that he received it, despite my evidence ebay refunded him the money from my account on paypal.
A few years ago, a JW purchased over $300.00 worth of books from the Bible Students website bookstore (all reproductions of Russell's writings). Check bounced, in addition to losing the money I had a bank fee for a bounced check, I called the guy up, he just laughed on the phone and called me an apostate and hung up.
All these individuals were JW's, nice Christian people, eh?