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Once you click on the "Report Item" link, these are the options to choose. The item numbers will be entered automatically by eBay based on which listing you reported, and rather than get the item number of every other auction, I thought it would simply be easier to type in the line showing in the photo.
All the evidence seems to suggest that something shady is going on in this seller’s listings. They all start out at .99 to generate bidding interest, but it seems the seller has another eBay account, o***t(1) with the following 30-day bid history:
Total bids: 403
Items bid on: 139
Bid activity (%) with this seller: 100%
It seems this is evidence of shill bidding, which means using other accounts to jack up the bidding price. When o***t(1) ends up winning these auctions, it exposes the second highest bidder’s highest bid, and once the auction ends the seller might offer the 2nd highest bidder a "Second Chance" purchase option, claiming that the highest bidder is no longer a registered user or otherwise failed to honor their winning bid.
(note: the tags entered are the names of some of the Pullips that had been in this seller’s listings)