I have a website with newbie growing instructions on it, and I also put some basic care instructions in each of my ebay listings, with a link to my site so people can read how to grow the plants. But STILL half the sarracenia I sell go to people who haven't read any of the info that I bothered to put up for them.
I just got an email saying I got the plant, now what do I do with it? I'm in an apartment, does it need shade or does it need to be in the windowsill? Hmmmm........
One I got yesterday asked me about putting it in a terrarium he was building. A 12 x 12 x something, I don't remember, and he wanted an S. Minor to go in it. I exchanged several emails with this guy trying to explain all the ways that he was going wrong with that idea, and I tried to talk him into a small nepenthes instead. He was focused on this plant though, and ended up buying it to go in a terrarium. He was wanting me to recommend what type of lighting he would need to grow the S. minor in a terrarium.
I don't mind really, because I get to educate people about the plants (and make a sale) but I guarantee you these plants don't last long in these people's care, and then they go and tell other people dont buy a fly trap (or whatever), they are impossible to keep alive, and yet they ignore all of the correct information they were given on how to grow the plant in the first place.