^^Thank you for your concern.
I don't even know what "shill bidding" means and quite honestly I'm new to the art of eBay Selling....but I'll tell you this- some items didn't meet their reserve price (yes there were items with a reserve, I don't know how a member of 10 years could miss that) and some items I had to do "End Auction" and re-list because I screwed up in the beginning and kept using a non-reserve price template which obviously screwed me a few times, for example- If you look back I sold a pair of Larkee-Relaxed brand new with tags for $63 when it was $230. Another eBay member straight up messages me and stated himself "tough luck mate, I saw those $230 jeans go for $63". That sucked but I had no choice but to sell them, that's the eBay rules right?
Moving on, 4 people didn't pay for their item still after 1 week and I have done some case thing against them. Furthermore, one guy got his jeans, didn't like the way they fit and since there's no returns he's accusing me of selling fake jeans so I have money on hold. To be quite honest, this eBay thing is a pain in the ass, I've spent so much on the fees so far I have barely made any money especially considering the time and effort I put into doing this. I might just post them all on here 1 by 1 instead.
Now, if you still think I'm sketchy, then I invite you to look at my eBay feedback and I also invite you to read my posts on this forum and speak to the people I've done business with on this forum as well.
But anyway, the bottom line is there are plenty of rare Diesel jeans on sale for low prices BUT, if you don't like paying 50-75% off for awesome pairs of authentic Diesel jeans then what can I say besides don't bother bidding. Thanks for reading!