I recently got a record from a third party vendor on Amazon. It sounded for all the world like a VERY old worn record from the floor of some kids bedroom. I returned it and had to give a reason for the return. I intimated that it sounded like it had been bought at a thrift store and repackaged as new. The seller immediately sent a new copy, and didn't ask for the defective one back. I think the possibility that I would leave a review stating in plain speech that I thought it was a very used record rewrapped to look new scared the hell out of the vendor. This would surely lose them some sales. This is one of the great things about the review options on Amazon and Ebay as vendors seem quite jumpy about getting things right and making one happy. As to the difficulty of rewrapping,,, it's just plastic wrap, not too hard to do, but re: above, I doubt sellers on Ebay and Amazon at least would take the chance of doing it.