I've read many complaints from sellers on Amazon where some other vendor hijacks a product page and starts selling cheap knock-offs. Buyers have no idea who's going to fulfill their order, and they might end up with a fake or defective product.
Last night I finished watching the show Making the Cut[archived]. It's a fashion show very similar to Project Runaway[archived], and the winners of each episode can sell one of their pieces on a special Amazon store for the show. After finishing the show I decided to check out the store out of curiosity, and I discovered that many of the listings have also been hijacked! Here's one[archived] of the many 1-star reviews[archived] for one of the products:
After ordering this sweatshirt on the night it became available after watching Making the Cut, I finally received it. It came in a plastic bag from China with no label other than an "s". It's made of the cheapest material I have ever seen and on the front butterfly it says OOTA (note: the designer is called "Jonny Cota").
How can they let this happen in their own special store?