couldn't have accumulated that much from light wear, true it does take away the original purpose, but my purpose is to get them really worn out so i dont mind it having some fades on it already.
Most raw denim enthusiasts (myself included) prefer to start off fresh with a pair of raw denim, so that every crease, fade, and nuance of wear is completely personal. That way, you can document (through pictures or words) the transition the jeans have made since the day you bought them, and you can proudly say that everything is 100% your own. There's definitely a sense of self-satisfaction in this, and it's why many denim purists choose to strictly stay with new denim.
Having said that, some people don't care about any of that and are strictly in it for the fades/appearance. I mean, that's all anyone who buys non-raw denim cares about, which is why the market is dominated by pre-distressed jeans. Personally, I find that it somewhat diminishes the point of raw denim to buy pre-owned, but that's just my opinion! I've seen some nicely faded pairs that have had several owners, such as the Scrawny 13 on Context Clothing's Fading Indigo archive.
Live and let live, it's your denim after all!
Unfortunately, I'm not one to give an appraisal on those, so I can't help you there. But if you are content with the purchase you made, that's all that should matter.