Even if you cover your bases ther can still be problems - the thing the ATTORNEYS like to throw at you is that you better have bought the items from a authorized dealer- retailer as that is th eonly way to know for sure the item is legit
Yes you can sue if you really want to spend the money on a attorney and you will have to provide all your tax returns or current paypal statement as proof of the income you lost .
I am speaking more in terms of what is actually legal. Yes the companies may tag your item and have it pulled off eBay and your right, is it worth the trouble to take them to court, probably not.
Though I have read threads in othre forums where people have taken cos to court and won. But for most its not worth the trouble.
If a seller is selling jeans like Deisel and others he is more likely to bring attention.
But if a seller is selling a bunch of stuff and happens to have 3 or 4 Deisel jeans up amongst other items he is less likely to draw attention.
I have only had two items pulled and should have been as I was wrong. BUt all the other stuff I was left alone.