If eBay sellers wants to have any power at all in this matter, we must start doing the following: 1. If you have an auction that you think may be at risk of being cancelled, print out the auction once you have listed it. 2. If the auction is cancelled due to vero reporting, contact the vero rights holder via the e-mail that eBay provides. 3. Save all your e-mails to and from the vero authentication service. 4. You are not allowed to relist your auction until you have permission from the vero rights holder. 5. If they do not provide you the reason that your auction was terminated/closed, there is no way that you can correct the problem. 6. eBay then should be contacted. Ebay should contact the Vero rights holder and ask them to follow up on the Ebay seller's request for information on how to relist w/o violating their vero rights. 7. Then if nothing is done, one of the things that Ebay sellers can do is to contact their State Attorney General's office, and see if an individual can bring a complaint against the company, e.g., Chloe, Chanel, etc., for not allowing them to sell an authentic item on Ebay. I am sure that this is a violation of some federal law. I'm going to do some research on this. 8. Another avenue would be a class action suit, but one must keep great records in order for a class action to proceed. There must be a large class and the damages must be arising from the same type of action/illegal conduct, etc. Please keep records of your auctions and e-mails. I am an attorney, but I am the best kind of attorney, a non-practicing attorney. A class action attorney is looking for deep pockets to go after, and if Chloe, Chanel, LV, keep shutting down plain old joes just trying to sell some of the handbag collections so they can buy more handbags, or people who specialize in selling great used designer handbags, well, more power to the class action attorney.