I bought an LV Keepall at what I thought was a good price for what I was supposed to get (~$275). It was 100 bucks with a buy it now of $350 and a reserve. The buy-it-now was gone so I figured that the new bidder bid (lol) 351.00 or something to get rid of the BIN option. I bid $356, hoping that I would be the highest bidder at $101. I was prepared for it to go up to around $175. I was the highest bidder at $101. In the last few minutes of the auction, a bunch of people started bidding under my $356 -- thus, rasing the price I have to pay with no gain on their part. One of the bidders had only bid on 2 items before -- both from this seller. This makes me belive there was some shill bidding going on. The auction has NO activity until the last hour, so he may have gotten nervous..? Maybe they were expecting at least $260 and wouldn't sell it otherwise? the seller is a power seller who sells baby clothes, but when i searched through the feedback, he had a negative that said somehting along the lines of "bag is fake! i got the refund but he keeps trying to resell it as authentic!". other than that, he has really great feedback -- but it's mostly about baby clothes. (99% positive w/ 200-250). there was only one pic of the item, form which i could not really evaulate its authenticity. but because i planned to buy it for around $150, I was alright with this, because if I didn't like it I could resell it at a nice profit. the pic had the strap, luggage tag, and keys, but he said that since then he has lost the keys and the luggage tag -- both of which sell for around $20 each on eBay. So anyway -- it turns out this bag sells for as low as $200 on eBay. The ones I found were $500-700, but it turns out there are many keepalls that go for $200-$300. So I wouldn't even make a profit anyway -- esp. if I paid the huge shipping fees. Then I would LOSE money. So what do I do? I cannot pay for this -- I'm now convinced it's fake.