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Rob did indeed miss out to the Ebay seller, after buying it fair and square (or so he thought).
I even tried to help Rob get the watch after the event, but we decided together that we could not trust the seller so walked away at his increased offer of $4250.
Seller then relisted and Bullitt bought the watch, he did not buy the watch through any sneaky back door method, so cannot really be blamed for buying the watch once relisted.
We can of course blame the Ebay seller, who took $3500 at first and then $4750 later, but i'm sure anyone with a balanced view would not blame Bullitt for this.
Always best to be sure you know the facts before you call someone elses character into question...
Have a good w/e