just wanted to give some helpful info on people flipping their previous phones on eBay to prevent scams. -obvious one, but create filters on auctions to weed out bidders with no history. -still look at their history though. There are a lot of scammers increasing their history count with buying up bogus sales. You can deal with these people by just cancelling their bids manually. -set the auction end time when you can conveniently monitor so you can cancel the last minute snippers. -create an iCloud account just for the sale. This way you can set an iCloud lock password for the buyer. Once the buyer receives the item, I make sure they email me that they have the phone and that it is as described. Then I give them the iCloud unlock pass. When creating this iCloud account, don't use the phone to create, use a computer because phones are limited to starting a few iCloud accounts before it does not allow anymore. Also doing this you can set the phone to send last known location. If your extra paranoid, put in a cheap prepaid data sim to track along the way incase it can't jump on to the buyers wifi witout a password. -deliver only to confirmed PayPal address - it's important to monitor reputations because PayPal does not reimburse you incase the buyer says item received, but received a box of cards.