When I see fake items being sold on eBay that the sellers claim are "100% authentic" but are fakes, part of me feels sorry for the people bidding on them, but part of me thinks they "deserve" it (for lack of a better word) because they should do their research beforehand, and it's their own fault for not doing so. I reported a pair of Chanel sunglasses that looked like the real things for the most part except the numbers/letters on the inside of the arms were WAY off and they didn't have "Chanel" or the serial number on the lenses. The sunglasses had 4 days left when I reported them, but weren't taken down, and the bidding ended at $250. I felt bad for the winning bidder because she left feedback saying they were authentic and gorgeous- then I looked at items she'd bought and a lot of them were pretty good fakes that had minor details missing or different from the real deal- but she paid a lot of money for them! Another thing is when people resell things they bought off of eBay and say "Bought on eBay, used for a year, seller said they were 100% authentic and I know they are!" but they're not. People must believe them because they bid! I think a lot of buyers really are that naive! I generally feel sorry for them, but I'm just curious as to what everyone's thoughts on this are. Do you feel sorry for the buyer, or think it's their own fault?