E-Bay Fraud Linda talks to Judith H. Dobrzynski, the Visual Fine Arts reporter for The New York Times, about the FBI investigation of fraudulent bidding on E-Bay, an online auction house. The investigation was motivated by a New York Times report about a lawyer who bid for his own painting in order to stimulate a bidding war, driving up the price.
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Linda talks to Judith H. Dobrzynski, the Visual Fine Arts reporter for The New York Times, about the FBI investigation of fraudulent bidding on E-Bay, an online auction house. The investigation was motivated by a New York Times report about a lawyer who bid for his own painting in order to stimulate a bidding war, driving up the price.