Codetapper's idea is good. This is clearly wrong.
eBay would be quicker to respond. The game companies wouldn't care. Maybe Jeff Minter though.
He's a man of principles.
Another way to attack them:
It says the compilations run the games on PC, so some emulator is probably included.
I don't know what the agreement coming with f.ex. WinUAE says, but if it says "for free distribution but not allowed to be sold for profit" as almost all "freeware" does, Toni would have a valid case for a law suit.
Yet another way would be to provide the same service for less money and make part of the money go to Amiga projects. Are the TOSEC guys interested?