Wait a minute Pard. Making such a general statement about auctions is just a little unfair. Lots of really nice guns have been bought and sold on them. Yes there are crooks in every business, but there are some really nice people out there too. A buyer needs to do his homework and be informed. After all it's the buyers responsibility to know what he is buying, not the sellers. It is the sellers responsibility to accurately describe the item and post good representative pictures and answer reasonable questions about the item. If the price gets past your comfort zone, back away, it's telling you something. You'll get another chance at some point in the future. No one makes you buy the iffy gun or pay too much, that's usually a discipline problem. I've had good luck buying on GB when I stuck to these rules and checked out the seller before committing.not into Anaconda's but looked at the guns you mention. Good eye on the Anaconda label. Cannot find the 2600 one but remember seeing it.
Not trying to be Mr. Label here but been researching these for my own purchases and just bought this exact label on ebay for reference. Width, spacing and type size. Not mentioning how it is filled out.
Auctions in general are corrupt. There is huge opportunity for fraud both buyer and seller. Certainly not just GB. Deception is common. Shill bidding, buy back you own stuff, not hard to do if you want to.