I've tried my best to to explain that 1982 was a transitional year of the Copper and Copper/Zinc Lincoln Cent coins, and both the 3.11 grams copper and 2.5 Copper/zinc are quite common and are not any sort of an error. I have provided screenshots and other online links of information about the 1982 transitional Lincoln Cent, and I received a message reply...."You are verifying what I said is true! What you showed me is exactly what I put in the description!" Can I get some others to possibly help out before someone unknowingly makes a very bad purchase that may be intended as a gift for a collector. See the photos of the coin and description. Link is below the photos.
It's clearly a large date. Not even worth $1 until you get into >MS64. The description is wrong in many ways - it's not an error, not rare, and as you've told them already, there were many copper cents produced after 1981.