Looking for toilet paper online? It's buyer-beware as scam artists are now making their way into the smallest room of your house.

Ben Hart got a big surprise (technically, a small surprise) when he received a shipment of toilet paper that he'd ordered from a Facebook ad. Instead of 30 standard rolls of Charmin, the Kentucky man received 30 tiny rolls of off-brand toilet tissue.

Doesn't it look like these rolls have already been partially used? Eww.

Hart tells WCPO that he learned a $40 lesson. The TV station tracked the return address to a warehouse in Los Angeles that is home to several questionable firms that are the targets of multiple complaints with the Better Business Bureau.

Buyer beware.