I'm sure that some international buyers who aren't fluent in English will totally go for the "all original", and not make out the fine print.
And yes, I know, we should ALL read the fine print in everything we sign. But do we? And when company X then shoves that in our throats when we complain, do we feel robbed anyway?
Yes, we do.
I cannot fault him for the complete description (which will be accurate, I guess), but so many of us go for "super cheap internet!!!!" and then get the big bill afterwards anyway. Ebay is hard enough already, I can go without always having to perform an autopsy on every page. Last time I wanted a MIB figure, the seller stated "mint in sealed box, super collectible, any collector will want this!!!!" and then the bottom line, below some unwanted info about his shop, it says "box crushed"....