. . . if Amazon will not do anything about it?
I created this listing in February 2013: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004F1ZKNW
Along comes another seller (see the “Collectible” item, which is not actually collectible but a completely different recording). Amazon allows this other seller to replace the main photo and change the record label information.
Either that or two ASINs were merged, and Amazon took some info from each product page and created a hybrid product that does not exist.
Now the photo shows the wrong work (Concerto No. 2 vs. No. 4), the wrong soloist, the wrong conductor, and the wrong orchestra. I reported the image and received this canned rejection:
Greetings from Amazon.com,
Thank you for giving us feedback on images through our Image Feedback Form. We have reviewed your submission for the following product:
Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto No. 4, Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Andre Previn
We have determined that no change needs to be made to the product image you have specified. However, if you are the rightsholder for this product, please visit www.amazon.com/images to find instructions for providing a replacement image.
Correct product images are important to Amazon.com. We appreciate the time you have taken to provide us with this information.
Product Imaging Department