Ok. So I have a nice eBay situation I need help with. Here is a breakdown. 1. Listed a Wii preorder on eBay, Nov 2. Followed eBays rules and the sale ended. 2. Buyer decided to pay closer to the date of me getting it. 3. Buyer gets a message from eBay about the auction being a fraud on the same day I was set to ship. I gave the buyer the tracking number and assured him it was all good. Because it was. That was Nov. 20 4. So today, I get an email about a Paypal claim. Mind you he hadn't said anything to me at all for those two weeks about not getting it. He didn't even give me the chance to go through a normal dispute, so now my paypal account is negative of course. 5. I provide Paypal with the tracking information. Then I check it myself. It still shows as being expected for delivery.... 6. I call the buyer to discuss things with him. He says well "it would need a signature right?" It doesn't have to, but in order to be completely protected by Paypal you need one. So even if it did show as being delivered he could claim he didn't get it. 7. I mailed a PS3 2 minutes after the Wii. It was delivered just fine and the buyer left me positive feedback. Odd thing is, that package shows the same status as the Wii which is "Expected for delivery" I know for a fact that it was delivered however. I even emailed the buyer again today to see what day she got it (Nov. 22) and that everything was alright. 8. I called the buyer back to interrogate a little more. Basically I wanted to know why he didn't contact me at all for 2 weeks to tell me he didn't get it. I also brought up the other package. He then says, we you said it required a signature. Um. No I didn't. I mentioned nothing of the sort. Again the fishiness of all of this makes me feel like he did get it. THen realized the tracking info doesnt update and decided to make a claim. That may sound like an unreasonable accusation and it may not be true. I realize that, but the way he words things and mentions the signatures and how "no one signed for it" makes me believe he did get it. Also, the fact that USPS didn't update the other package and I know for a fact it was delivered makes me believe that as well. He also has a history of doing that one eBay as a buyer and a seller. So. I am kind of stuck. My paypal is negative. I already called the post office and they are finding out why these arent showing the proper status and hopefully they will be able to figure out if it was really delivered or not. If paypal decides to claim in his favor, and then USPS deems that it was delivered. That will be a mess. Considering I wouldn't be able to claim insurance. I would have to go back to paypal and state that his claim was a fraud, which I would have proof of obviously if USPS says it was delivered. Anyone have any recommendations on how to handle this?