I did contact Vistaprint, and they told me to let GettyImages know that they have a license for all images they provide for their customers.
I followed up with GettyImages when they rejected my offer to say that Vistaprint would be in contact with them and if they did not dismiss this immediately and continued to contact me, I would consider it harassment and take the appropriate action.
It probably will do nothing, but I've gone ahead and filed a complaint with the Washington Attorney General and with the Seattle Better Business Bureau. Just an FYI: GettyImages has an F RATING with the Better Business Bureau and dozens of complaints filed against them already according to the BBB page.
I will hold tight and not contact GettyImages any longer. I continue to find thousands (no exaggeration) of similar public speaker images that sell for $10 - $33. I assume if this were to go to court, the issue of "fair market value" would be important to the case. (Who in their right mind would pay $815 for a $12 image?