I just stumbled upon the "The Dark Dungeon Kit" asset https://assetstore.unity.com/packages/3d/environments/dungeons/the-dark-dungeon-kit-122764 which I was about to buy, but then I read the description: What is the definition of "several"? 1%? 99%? So basically I can grab whatever CC0 is and sell it on the store? And given the fact that Unity doesn't give you a refund if the asset seller doesn't agree to it, basically everyone can implicitly have you agree to a license you don't agree to in the end because it's not possible to read it before you bought it and downloaded the asset. I tried reading the Third-PartyLicense.txt file by checking out the package contents. Well, you can't read it. Besides there's a link in the asset description. You download a demo from the asset store, but there's no warning that you're leaving the Unity site and instead download from somewhere else. So is Unity then responsible if the file contains malicious code? There's no way to tell whether the downloaded stuff now belonged to Unity or not. I've had my fair share of false advertising recently with assets showing screenshots of things which just aren't in the asset you download. No mentioning that the assets aren't included and Unity refused to give a refund. One of the examples which are there for years now is TerrainComposer 2: https://assetstore.unity.com/packages/tools/terrain/terraincomposer-2-65563 When you look at the screenshots and the description of "- Includes many examples and presets." one might assume that most of the awesome looking stuff is included. Well, it's not. And you don't get a refund either. At least I didn't when I purchased it when it cost a lot more. And it's still on sale that way. My conclusion: This is far from being a professional store.