Okay, I have a few questions pertaining to what sellers to buy from on eBay. I have a few assumptions, and just wanted your opinion on if they're correct or not. I know there are exceptions, though. 1. You shouldn't buy bags from a seller who doesn't accept returns, and doesn't give actual photos - meaning they give stock photos, and sell many of the same type of bags. 2. You should check the seller's feedback and make sure most, if not all, buyers were satisfied with their authentic merchandise. 3. You should be wary of buying a bag from a seller with a very low starting price. Example: Starting bid at $99 + shipping for a bag worth $195. I was considering purchasing from a seller who had a good deal on a bag, but in the end decided not to because of their no-return policy (they said they guaranteed it was authentic, and though that may have been true, I didn't want to chance receiving a fake bag). I could have gotten a really good price, and I'm sort of regretting it now, but then again, I may have received a fake and I would've been stuck with it! I don't trust feedback 100%. Even if other buyers were satisfied, I wanted to see a picture of the ACTUAL bag. Not a stock photo. Even worse, this seller was trying to claim the image as their own (when the stock photo is actually on Neiman Marcus' website). They claimed, "If you see our images used anywhere else, please let us know so we can report it!" Actually, they've done exactly that. Those images were not theirs. I've been searching high and low for this particular bag, and had a run-in with someone in England who claimed to know Juicy Couture. Like they had some special connections with them. I highly doubted this anyway, because of their boasting in their About Me page, saying they attended all these exclusive fashion events, and got bags all the time for great prices. How did I meet them? I was watching an auction for a bag, and was planning on bidding, but didn't. They bid on it, and won it for the opening bid! This person is a seller as well, so I thought, 'Shame I missed this opportunity, but how about I try to see if I can buy it back from them!' Stupid idea, I know, because the shipping costs would be outrageous, so I wished I had just bid on it in the first place. So I sent them a message pretending not to know about their win, asking if they had this particular bag in stock, because they had others - I actually did want to get it from them for a good price. They responded and said something like, "It's your lucky day, it's a retired design, but I've spoken with Juicy and they have one for you! As soon as I get it, I'll put it up for you!" A little straying from the point, but I just thought it was weird that this person was pretending they had relations with Juicy Couture! Why, simply because of the inquiry of one potential customer, would they go out of their way to personally call up "Juicy" (which I'm pretty sure isn't that easy and quick), and ask about a retired design? All for me?? No, their secret is that they recently won it on eBay from a seller in the US, and are now pretending they obtained it exclusively, hence why they said, "as soon as I get it." I don't want to sound harsh, but that's pathetic. In the end, of course, I'm getting it from a seller here in the US - one that doesn't fib about their connections with designers. Anyways, if anyone could answer the other questions I had, that would be great!! Thanks.