It is ridiculous to mention collusion between eBay and a reseller in a straightforward manner. Big organizations like eBay rarely fall in such a mistake which drastically impacts their image and trusts with their buyers. However, they do this (perfectly) unintentionally by two aspects: the ignorance and the trap of procedures. The ignorance by weak monitoring to the type of posting and the details where the buyers are victims at the end due to ambiguity and poor posting quality. The second aspect is the trap of procedures that they claim fair procedures for the terms and conditions agreed between the buyer and the seller which is unfair. I did purchase 82 times and faced many problems in contradictions in the posting that I lost my rights in returning the item. Furthermore, the sellers may design the page in a way to hide some terms and conditions that are not easy to read. When you raise a complaint to the resolution center, you get it an endless loop of correspondences with no avail end losing your money. Most probably, it is the time of falling the big organizations that it worth to find better alternatives in a small and mid rage with ultimate customer support and fair transactions.