I've been kicking myself since missing out on the 1/2 price Komplete sale back in November. I've been watching eBay for second hand licenses, and have missed out on good deals several times. So last week when I saw Komplete Ultimate 12 for $350 on eBay, I thought I'd better jump on it. I asked the seller if it was the full version (not an upgrade), made sure it wasn't an educational license, that it came with the box and hard drive, etc. I thought I was getting a great deal--too great, perhaps. The ad stated that the seller was in New York and would ship next day. After I paid, the seller told me he needed my phone number for the international shipping. Turns out it wasn't coming from New York, but from Kazakhstan. This troubled me a bit, so again I asked all the questions about the license being valid, not being hacked software, not being a fake serial or stolen serial, etc. The seller assured me it was all legit, but as I started going through his feedback, I saw he had been selling digital copies of Komplete Ultimate for $100 and had bought Komplete for Mac for $30 from someone. I wish I had checked his feedback first, but I was so excited to get an inexpensive copy that I didn't check until I had paid. If the software is indeed hacked or a bogus license or something like that, I can get my money back via eBay and/or Paypal. But my question is this: Will I know immediately if the license is fraudulent? I was reading about some folks who thought they had legit Adobe licenses only later to have their license revoked or made invalid because they had been fraudulent (or stolen) to begin with. I called both eBay and Paypal, and reps from both told me to wait and see if the software is fraudulent or not. But if later down the road it might be deemed fraudulent, how would I know? And by that time, it would be too late to get my money back. Thanks in advance for any insight, help, or experience you might have with this situation.