I noticed two new eBay listings this morning for a watch I sold about a year ago for $3,050. The two listings are posted by different sellers, one on the East Coast and one on the West Coast (the purchaser of my watch was on the West Coast). Both listings use the photos in my year-old listing (without my authorization) and plagiarize my year-old listing description. One or both of these listings almost certainly is fraudulent. Do I (as a former owner or mere observer) have an ethical obligation to do something to counter this fraud even though any serious prospective buyer should come across both listings on his or her own? If I should do something, what should I do? The use of my photos and description wouldn't, by itself, bother me although I know I could raise a stink over it.
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