|Pyro as Bill said:
Wouldn't they need to hack their Paypal account too though to collect the cash? They've been available since June 28th so you'd expect the original owner to have regained the account by now.
Switch games can't be pirated yet can they? Fake, stolen or scam is my guess. Most of them could have been turned around at a CEX/GAME for £25-£30. 90 copies of Skyrim might arouse suspicion though.
I just had a mental image of someone trading a couple of copies in at a store, going out, and coming back with a shitty disguise to trade more copies in, lol.
It'll be interesting to see how this goes though, if the seller is legit and you get your items for super cheap, I might have to give it a try myself out of curiosity, lol :P
Happens all the time in CEX but for that shop you need to have an account and selling any more than 2 of the same item triggers a reduction on the buying price on their side (or can trigger, but always does) they basically have their system set up so that CEX don't get screwed out by a strange deal like this but that they also profit from whatever is going on.
"If you want to sell multiple copies of the same /similar item then a bulk discount may be applied. You will be emailed details of any change of price and allowed 5 working days to respond. If you fail to reply, this will be seen as your agreement to the new offer and the transaction will be processed. Please make sure you reply if you do not wish to accept the new price."
Had this happen when a shop here were literally giving away their skylanders and stopping sale of them, traded in a lot of them so yeah.... didn't get the site price, but did get a ton of money for nothing.