Are you serious? That was new brass? "Wow!" is the only word to describe it.
You should send that photo (or take some better ones) to the dealer that sold it to you and ask if that is the quality of merchandise they really want to be selling. It doesn't matter how long you've had it, it's still bad business to sell that to anyone. I have to wonder if it really left the Remington plant in that condition, but there's probably no way for us to know. It would be up to the selling dealer to determine that.
I've found Remington brass to always be thinner than brass from almost any other manufacturer, but thin and completely messed up are two different things.