I really need some advice here! A while back I bid on a brown Miu Miu Bow Satchel. In the listing, the seller also said that he had another one at home, in black, and if anyone was interested, to contact him. So I bid on the first bag and contacted him using "ask seller a question" about the black one. He replied and offered to sell the 2 of them for $1058. I was pretty excited and agreed. So he ended the auction early and I sent him the $1058 using my American Express credit card via Paypal. Well, I received both bags and they were HORRIFIC to say the least!! I mean, these weren't even "decent looking knock-offs"! So I e-mailed the seller and he swore they were authentic. So I filed an "Item not as Described" claim through Paypal. The seller actually e-mailed me, agreeing to refund my money but then, believe it or not, PAYPAL SAID THAT THEY COULDN"T DO ANYTHING SINCE I HAD "RECEIVED THE ITEMS"!!! And Paypal CLOSED THE CASE!!! I still don't understand what the point is of having a claim with the heading "Item not as described" if they won't do anything about it! I never heard from the seller again. So now I contacted American Express and they are looking into a chargeback for me. Here is my question: If my cc doesn't come through.....can I list these horrible bags on eBay and let everyone know who I purchased them from? In other words, use his eBay seller name, show the horrible defects in the bags, etc? Of course I could put some ridiculous reserve price so that no one actually will win them. I'm thinking that since my purchases were, technically, not through eBay, maybe I can just be honest and warn other buyers from this creep? Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated!!!