Sometimes a person uses 1 eBay ID for buying & a different one for selling, (especially if they are very active)for ease of keeping multiple transactions straight.
On the other hand, this could be a "stolen auction", as I witnessed early this year (or was it late last year?), on either this list or the iBOB list.
Best to contact eBay to alert them & have them check it out. After paying so much $$ to buy it, I couldn't imagine attempting to resell it for more profit. But then I don't know just how rare that particular bike is. If I had bought it & decided to resell it (ex: wrong size, etc), I would certainly say so in my listing.
Mary Kaminski Philadelphia, PA
>What are the odds of two identical bikes being offered for sale on eBay, and with IDENTICAL descriptions, no less. Amazing, I tell you, simply amazing.
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>OK, so they're the same bike. But the 2nd seller is different from the original buyer. So, what's up with that?
>Jay Van De Velde