dude, that blows. It just sucks to know that people that work so hard for their money are scammed out of it. What I dont understand is that these scammers are pretty clever in what they do, why can't they channel those skills into a meaningful, honest job in the workforce?!
Jools, if the person or people responcible are overseas, u may not be able to do much about it... However, the next best thing is warning everyone u can. I'd contact a consumer watchdog-type television show. They are sure to be interested as the Wii is a super hot subject at the moment... "People preying on the desperation of others that have waited so long for their next generation gaming console that have been out of stock for months"-kind of deal.
I'd be sending a lot of nasty emails and abusive phonecalls.
Trust me, i work in customer service. If the customer is right about something and gets pissed off and asks to speak to a manager, 99% of the time they will get results immediately.