And when it is not associated with TGP in any way to include their emporium, that is exactly what you have. It is incredibly short sighted and naive to think that just because you represent yourself to be an honorable seller, that should be enough for a buyer to send you money on complete faith with no possible avenue for recourse if you turned out to be less than what you presented yourself to be. The days of the handshake deal are over. This is the internet and deals are not face to face, and thinking it silly for one side to want some form of protection is absurd. And lastly, the few of you who don't like this, seem to be complaining because you aren't getting things 100% your way. You can still do PPG deals all day long. You just can't do it in TGP's back yard or with their knowledge or approval. It's comical that you want to blame those who complain to TGP about a deal that is 100% in the sellers favor, and does nothing for the buyer in case things go south. And occasionally they do. And sometimes its just dumb luck and has nothing to do with anyone's negligence. **** happens. Using PPG for sales is not in keeping with what it was designed for and is fraud. You can spin it any way you wish, but that doesn't change. You have choices, and using a service without paying for it as you agreed is a choice. And choices come with consequences.