Bought not one but *two* Monarch pressings of an album in NM condition from a single seller. Contacted him to confirm they are Monarchs of those respective pressings. He confirms they are and even writes the LPs say "MO" in the runout groove. I buy them and guess what? They are clearly Presswell pressings as shown on the label and the runout groove. Would've taken anybody who knows their stuff 5 secs to identify those pressings as being anything but Monarchs. The albums also sound like a bowl of Rice Krispies, something quite obvious to anybody plays them for a few seconds. His comments for each album listing were "ORIGINAL APPEARS UNPLAYED". Yeah, right. I've mentioned to the seller how extremely upset I am that he wasted our time, effort, and my money for his junk that he voluntarily misrepresented in more ways than one. The ball is in his court but I'm requesting a complete refund. It was $18 shipping included for both LPs but it's the principle of the thing. A week after I placed the order, a negative review appeared on that seller's profile indicating he misgraded an LP as being in NM condition when it was close to G, it took 17 days to get a refund which the seller refused to issue even after contacting Discogs and showing the seller their policy. No idea why people pull this sort of stunt, thinking the buyer will be happy. Beyond ridiculous.