So I heard that at Fanime 2014, there was an issue with MJ Anime Goods trying to sell a poster of fanart, and the artist was even there at Fanime. Even though MJ Anime Goods was saying they weren't trying to sell it (but it seemed that was a load of BS).
In short, I just don't really want to see MJ Anime Goods allowed into the dealer's hall at fanime, or swap meet. Since, I do believe that the person who runs MJ Anime Goods has actually sold their merchandise at swap meet before, and they obviously do not have used items.
And another thing, I saw posters for sale that had been FOLDED. You do NOT do that to a poster you are trying to sell without slashing the price in half. Because who wants to buy a folded poster for $50? Not me, that's for sure. I have bought posters for as low as $2 because they're just pieces of paper, geez. Oh, a handling fee included in price? You don't have to sell this stuff you know. You're also adding in tax, so yeah.
So, yeah, I honestly feel like they do not have very good morals when it comes to their selling. They're just trying to make a lot of money off of unsuspecting anime lovers. Either they shouldn't be allowed to sell at fanime or everyone needs to boycott them.
So unless someone can prove that this kind of thing isn't true about them, that's my opinion on them.