Originally Posted by jojo
It would be a little more than chuckleriffic if he actually sues the guy who bid $99,999,999....
The only recourse he'll have is to file a NPB report (non-paying buyer) to get his fees credited back. He will then also have the ability to make a second chance offer to the next lower bidder.
I suspect that eBay will instead suspend the auction to clear it up. Certainly the vast majority of those bids are bogus. Usually it's some dot com or a casino that buys this stuff and they're paying for the publicity. But not to the tune of $100 Million!