Somehow, someone has used my Ebay identity to fradulently list another 2 laptops for sale once again. I just happened to check Ebay the other day and noticed that I got my 1st negative feedback, and it was for non-response to a "completed" auction, and that's when I learned that someone used my Ebay account to post the bogus auctions. The weird thing is that I never got the 6 emails this person claims he sent my way, and Ebay never alerted me to anyone changing the Ebay email address that's associated with my Ebay account. So this person just slapped me with negative feedback. I don't know how my Ebay account keeps getting hacked, and the crook did so exactly one month from the first time he hacked my account (Ebay did help me out in that debacle). I don't know if Ebay will be as helpful this second time around, but I did report this incident as well (plus, requesting the removal of the $88+ in listing fees that the 2 laptops accrued by being listed and bidded on in those fraudulent auctions). After the first time, I changed my passwords, and did what I could to protect myself. The saving grace is that I did not update my credit card information (the card had expired), so they can't ding me automatically for the listing fees. I'm really tempted to just start over and retire my old Ebay account and say goodbye to my feedback history.