I also recieved a pair of fakes on ebay... which I assumed were real since I paid a hefty fee for them. Since the seller already lost all credibility in my eyes, I insisted that the seller issue the refund before I sent the jeans back. The seller claimed he didn't know they were replicas, but he even advertised them as "new with tags" - this was funny because they were obviously used, and even had his name written on the inside pocket. All he did was reattach the detachable tag to the belt loop. Anyway, my point is that a seller that gave you fakes is obviously not trustworthy. The way that I forced him to refund the money first was by threatening to report him to ebay, paypal, etc. This usually works. Still, I told him to pay for return shipping as well, which he failed to do (not to mention he originally charged me $15 for what cost him $5 in shipping)
. I should have just kept his jeans, but I'm a better man than he is.