I have become a victim

After finishing 8hrs of doing Managerial Economics, I thought I would work with a few eBay payments I received in the mail and check my auctions.  Going through the mail I see I got paid for one of my “Boomer” Bobbleheads I received at the Williamsport Crosscutters game a few weeks ago.  Just out of pure curiosity I thought I would see if anyone else was selling the same bobblehead.  Checking the completed auctions I see a seller who stole my photo and used it for their own auction.  Here is their auction:

“Boomer” Bobblehead

Here is my auction:

“Boomer” Bobblehead

Its the same exact picture.  Plus, the smaller photo usually means that the original photo was small as well, perhaps the size of a photo from eBay.

2 Responses

  1. at least they sold it for less than you did

  2. I’ve seen that happen before. I got outbid at the last second on a Goudey Jeff Francoeur jersey card. I did a search to see if any others were for sale and I found another auction using the same photo (with three other cards in it!) as the one I lost. Needless to say, I didn’t bid on that one…

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