Hi and thanks for checking this out. I recently purchased a MiM body from a seller who had 100% positive feedback but two neutral, both for misleading information. The body was described as a mild relic with a couple of dents, scratches, cracks and scuffs and said to check the pictures for details. The pictures were hazy but seemed to confirm the condition and 100% feedback was enough for me to purchase. When I received the body, there was a 8” crack in the wood that traveled along the back, through and up, the side. The seller had used white glue on the white body to conceal the extent of the crack. In the posted pictures, the crack appeared to be a surface crack of the poly finish and not a structural crack in the wood. In person, without the haziness to conceal, the separation was clear. The first response from the seller denied the structural damage, so I sent photos. His second response changed from denial of structural cracks to a comment that they were disclosed. No mention of using glue to conceal the extent of the damage. So I left negative feedback for the seller for my first time after 19 years and nearly 1000 100% positive transactions. I expected retaliation feedback from him and so I checked my feedback and his today, a week later. My negative feedback was removed from his account! I contacted eBay to find out why and was told that he told them the issues were disclosed and so he asked them to remove the negative. I asked the rep to review our email exchanges and the attached photos showing the concealment of the structural damage which was clearly not shown in the posted photos. I stated that I wanted to provide accurate feedback about his concealing and misleading photos and description. She agreed but stated that once feedback is removed it cannot be reposted. She agreed the system was flawed and that eBay had not reviewed the emails or photos, to verify if the feedback was accurate. I had stated in the feedback that the pictures were deceptive and concealed the true extent of the damage. These were the same type comments that were left in the neutral feedbacks.