Are you sure that link even works (gives you credit)? I looked at your HTML on this page.
Take a look for yourself; right click on the page and click “view source”. Scroll down a little bit and look at the link for this “OK industries Replacement wire Blade”. If you notice the HTML it says;
//// <P ALIGN=CENTER><FONT FACE="Lucida Sans" SIZE="3"><AHREF="http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=350075236986">[Click here for listing on eBay Storesviewitem?refid=store]</A></FONT>/////
The code shows up in the anchor text but not in the link. This may just be a glitch in the software. Maybe I am wrong; you take a look at it. Just to be sure I pulled it up in an HTML editor. The code is definitely not in the link. I think what happened here is the programmer messed up a little. It is supposed to add it to the link (as an option) and not show up in the anchor text but the person just coded it wrong. This would be a super easy fix for them to do. Literally would take the person who wrote the code 5 minutes to fix if they knew exactly what the problem was.
If that is not an option, I have another idea for a fix. If it really drives you nuts and you feel there is a lot of value in having the links there. Go to a site like www.guru.com or www.odesk.com and outsource a programmer to write you a little program to fix this. I can’t imagine it would cost you more than $40 to $60 dollars. It would probably be a very small program that you would have to execute every time AW2K took an update. I am guessing here, I am not a programmer. I do have some experience with stuff like this though. I have a few good buddies that are programmers. When I talk to one of them next time I will ask about this.
Was Thom the man who wrote this software? If you have access to him I would think he could fix this for you pretty easily. Although, I could be wrong about this whole thing, it has happened before. :)
I hope this helps. Nash