While trolling through eBay this listing caught my eye due to the low starting bid and auction format. I'd like a decent Geneve Dynamic someday, and this certainly won't be it, but I found the listing fairly entertaining. http://www.ebay.com/itm/251875349333?_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT First, the description called it cal. 565, though this one is day-date so there's red flag number 1. Then I noticed that the day wheel changed languages from picture to picture...red flag. 2. I then looked closer at the pics and I realized that all the pics are of different watches. Googling the photos found them from lots of sources over the lat 7 years or so. Then I did a google image search of "Omega Geneve Dynamic" and started seeing some of these images after very limited scrolling. Laziness! Low feedback seller, too. Vague description...Flags 3, 4, 5... Then I lost interest in counting. Does anyone know if using stolen pics is a violation of eBay policy? I reported it but I'm wondering if the eBay folks will even bother.