The trouble with eBay sellers is that by the time you grow out your seeds and realise you don't have what you ordered, it's too late. The seller is very unlikely to refund or compensate you because you can't leave feedback as too much time has passed.
The seller has 99.9% positive feedback from over 5,400 sales. My guess is all that feedback was for receiving strawberry seeds of some sort, and in a timely manner.
It's practically impossible to tell varieties apart from comparing seeds, in fact, it's only when they fruit that you can be certain.
The general consensus here is that eBay is a lucky dip, you never know what you're going to get. My advice would be to stick to reputable vendors which can be found here: http://thehotpepper....7-vendor-vault/
Once you've wasted a whole season growing Bell peppers you thought were Carolina Reapers, the price of seeds seems somewhat less important.
a while back Reggie/Warrentman gifted me his line of sauces so i wanted to do something in return. i don`t make hot sauce and in the dead of winter i had no fresh pods to send him but i saw him post about liking craft beer so i sent him a few from local brewers in my area. today a box came and i open it to find a HUGE selection of craft brews from his local area. his kindness means a lot and reminds me that Pepper People Are The Best!