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Giving away personal information for spamming is also wrong. Remember that two wrongs do not make a right. So it's not right to post the person's personal information on this site. That could attract the wrong people. The site also has a little disclaimer on it too. See above for a quote.
You can also report the item from this link too http://pages.ebay.com/help/policies/replica-counterfeit.html
, but you will need the item number for this type of report. I believe the person who bought the item will have the best story since they will be able to give a first hand account of the item being a "bootleg" item. It will make the complaint more believable if it was done like this.
Yes Tsukibako is highly recommend if you want to play the game. You will save some money in the long run. It is also easier to find the right Plus+Disc this way too. Ahh I remember when I saw both games face to face, but I bought the cheaper version of the game since I didn't know there were a major difference. (I was in a used game store. Yes you can find almost any game in Akihabara. That is the best place for games and anime stuff.)