The listing claimed to be for two Items: they were described as Musical instruments and both appeared to be Ukelele's, The smaller of the two looked like a Soprano sized Uke compared to a Concert or Tenor size in the picture. It's actually not a Uke at all. The Description clearly reads "Description: 2 Ukeleles". The only clue there was something off was it read at one part Ukelele / Musical Box. The images seemed to focus on the toy which appeared to be a Uke and it's case, more than the actual Uke. It took me in, I bid on it. Then I thought about it, and googled to see what the other thing was, turned out to be NOT A UKELELE at all. I retracted my bid immediately. Their response was they will not remove the bid. I don't think so. I have no intention of paying for a piece of junk which is being listed as a musical instrument. These were two very different things, and should not have been listed together. I even pointed out that I would have been happy to bid on the Ukelele but I refuse to bid on the other item which is no use to me, and should not be paying shipping and taxes on something I did not want. I argue that the auction was a misrepresentation of the item.