Awhile back I sold some birds unsexed, they were EE's and around 1.5 months old. I had a bad hatch and only four came from it, so I wanted to sell them and get a new hatch going so I sold them as unsexed. Two seemed like girls, one was definitely a boy and I told the buyer this but also stated I could not be sure as the breed is notoriously hard to sex. The buyer emailed back months later saying three had been boys, one girl. I said that I was sorry, that's quite unfortunate and I'd be happy to give her a deal on any hens I have for sale in the future. The buyer later told me they felt deceived and I took some offense since I am really not sure there was anything more I could have done? The birds were unsexed. I am done selling unsexed birds, from now on it will be eggs, chicks or full grown birds. If you knew me you know the last thing I would do is screw anyone. Not only do I not want people saying to their friends they were screwed, I simply do not do unto others what I would not want done to myself. I couldn't live with myself knowing I was lying to people, I don't get how some people do it. I have been lied to about chickens and I have heard horror stories about people selling newbies roosters as pullets, and selling sex linked chicks as pullets that were actually roosters. I know it happens and it is despicable. If I had sold a hen (and guaranteed it was a hen) and it turned out to be a boy, I would refund the money or give them a hen and be really sorry about it. I love eating our extra roosters, so truly I have no real need to lie to people and try to pawn off roosters. Please share your personal stories as either sellers or buyers in these situations, I would love to know what you all think and I would love to hear experiences. And please tell me what you would do in my situation!