I am saying I do not trust products sold on Amazon
. Especially ones being sold below standard wholesale or other market price (knockoffs or stolen?). You cannot believe the photos nor claims on Amazon
listings. Why? Because I have never purchased a product from Amazon
that was as claimed, and Amazon
did not help much if at all for trying to recoup my money. After a number of such tries, I found that not using Amazon
was less costly than using it.
Additionally knock-offs are much more likely to come from 3rd parties than the original manufacturer. As to the seller you linked, I would call and question before I made an order. Sellers are fungible, if they in fact they are selling the same goods.
How bad can it be? I even called the Nursery in New Jersey, using the phone number in the Amazon
listing to see if the floral material was in stock. Guess my surprise when the items came from China without proper import clearance and in a dead and rotten state. I turn it all over to federal authorities as it was in violation of USDA laws. The only indication the purchase was to be made from China was the purchase button which was labeled, "Click to Buy" which I later found out from Amazon
was a China based 3rd party seller with the business name of "Click to Buy."
I have no interest in learning years from now my so called archival materials were in fact non-archival knockoffs when my expensive material have been damaged.