Here is a tip. We all report the fakes and stolen pictures but that is time consuming and often doesn't work that fast. Most of these multiple listings are highjacked accounts. The seller has no clue these bags are listed. One email to the seller usually results in all of the listings getting removed in a very short time. For some reason, the highjackers either don't or can't change the email address of the eBay members account that they stole. I discovered this by accident when I sent a message to the seller one time and flat out asked why they were stealing other people's pics and auctions. I got an answer from the real owner of the eBay account that their account had been highjacked. Last night, once again, I saw multiple listings from a seller with great feedback. I sent them a message, asking why they were listing auctions with stolen pictures. They answered and the auctions are all deleted pronto. Here is the response and this is the typical response: do not bid on these items. they are not ours. we are not selling anything. eBay is investigating. this is a fraud. we are not selling any items. thanks Nothing gets things removed faster than a pi**ed off eBay member that has had their account hacked into.