Disabled Vet Selling 1927-D Key Peace Dollar 90% Silver** CHRISTMAS Gift ** I have no reason to question whether the guy actually served. And he may, in fact, be selling coins from other vets. BUT: 1) He's "following" new listings for the same coin types and dates that he's selling, some with price limits -- in other words, looking for coins to buy on eBay. 2) Every single coin he has for sale shows this same AT pattern. 3) Every single coin he's recently sold shows this same AT pattern, except for: 4) These two fake 1932-S quarters that he recently sold. "Found in rolls"? Well, I guess you can have a friend put your low-end Chinese fakes in rolls, then "find" them. 5) Oh, yeah, and his neutral feedback includes four other listings of fake coins. While eBay obscures buyer identities now on feedback, it's not too hard to look at a seller's history and find feedback from an "anonymous" buyer with a particular feedback score (1442 for this seller this morning). So, it's easy to find... BEFORE: AFTER: So, this guy is buying low-end coins, ATing them garishly, and up-selling them in the name of disabled veterans. Look through his listings, and you'll find comments like this: "Yep, if anyone says anything bad about what I'm doing, it's because they HATE OUR VETERANS." This isn't technically "stolen valor" (making a false claim of military service or status), but it seems to me that it sits squarely in the same ethical red zone. Plus, the guy's trashing coins on an ongoing basis. Any suggestions on what to do, besides gritting my teeth and ignoring him when a new wad of his "finds" splatters across my eBay windshield?