It is such a bummer to see scammers, all from China, using photos from my website and blog to PRETEND to sell my dragon trophies as lamps and wall hangings. These scam sites proliferate faster than I can file copyright complaints. However all the sites hosted by Alibaba, a Chinese owned company, simply pass the complaint on to the scammer! They take no action. Worse yet, these have started to show up on Amazon! Below is a photo from my website showing my version of the dragon Alduin.
Here is a screen shot of the Amazon page I just visited.
This is obviously my Alduin. It does not exist in resin form or any other form. Well, except for the ONE trophy I made, the original piece, that was purchased by a fan. Crazier yet, if you look at the bullet points for this product, they are all about STRAWS! In fact the last bullet point talks about “children’s penis!” Strange! Here is a screen shot of those. It’s kind of hard to see.
I’m writing this post after every possible attempt to alert Amazon to this fake seller. You would think that Amazon would appreciate knowing about scam sellers who will only take your money and send you nothing in return. In fact, some people who get scammed by this will get reimbursed by Amazon! Again, you’d think Amazon would allow some pathway for people like me to let them know about the scam sellers on their platform! I guess Amazon is perfectly willing to allow predation on their site. I swear this is the age of the fake product!
Thanks for reading my rant!