Well, my friend had a buyer scam. Even though I said I wouldn't let returns, and because of my friend's nightmare, a buyer said the unit I sent him was "not working right" and wanted a return. I tested the unit before selling it and it worked fine. More "buyer's remorse" than a scammer, but still - do I look like Target or Wal-Mart? :rollseyes: I said "no returns" as the auction stated and he put in a complaint. I ended up giving him the refund AND said he could keep the unit since, researching online, that what normally happens - Paypal/eBay sides with the Buyer on these issues and just pulls the money out of the Seller's PayPal account and leaves it up to the Buyer to return the unit. At least I didn't sell anything extremely expensive (the unit was 25 + 10 shipping), but I'm out the unit, 10 shipping, and the eBay fees... So, what can I do? There's a ton of scammers out there now? What to do to sell more stuff? Craiglist? Other forums?