I'm looking at a shotgun, and it shows up listed on one service with a current bid of $50 and four days until the auction goes live. (Not exactly a high-end item, but a funky old gun that has nostalgic appeal to me.) Through another service, I find the exact same gun listed with a current bid of $130. Huh? I'm sure it's the same gun -- exactly the same pictures, specs, year of manufacture, city where the auction is happening, time until live auction starts, everything. I went back and forth in real time, and one still said $50 while the other said $130. What gives? I put in a bid on the lower-priced listing, and it says I'm the leading bidder, but I'm still considerably short of the "current bid" on the other listing. Has anybody experienced this before? Is this normal? Do they periodically reconcile the bids from various listing services, meaning that I'm going to be outbid shortly? I'd appreciate whatever light anybody could shed on this.