I do not see the role of this forum as a place to report recasts. The Forum
does not have any authority or policing power to take any action against fraud or enforce the copyright on behalf of the artist outside of this web site. I don't know of any fan site willing to take on that role. Some of our members are close to the creators of the series and may assist with fraud reporting, but that is on an individual level. Maybe someone wants to be set up as a special recipient of these notices. If so, I will update.
The Forum can ban/delete members who are misleading their For Sale listings. We also list known recasters on online auctions as a way to assist our members to avoid being taken with misleading advertising.
A list can be found here: http://maschinenkrueger.com/forum/index.php?topic=1208.0
Posting links to recasts can appear as promoting the item and the practice. We know they are out there. Tips for reporting suspected recasts or copyright infringement on EBay are already posted here on the site numerous places, but here it is again, http://pages.ebay.com/help/policies/replica-counterfeit.html
It is up to the individual to ask questions of the retailer, do the research and above all, buyer beware, if it's too good of a deal, it probably is.
The Forum rules for recasts are pretty clear.
The subject of recasts comes up often. It is acceptable to discuss these products as your Gallery entries or your progress builds. What will not be tolerated is blatant discussion about services or sources for recasts. Recasting is theft and hurts the (amateur) garage resin kit industry, in addition it makes professional overseas relationships difficult. These posts will be locked or deleted and members will be warned or deleted.