Am I being scammed???? Ok, so I won an auction from a popular online auction site (not sure if I can mention names, but you all know it). It was for a Macbook 2.0 Aluminum, $1095 shipped. Brand new, sealed in box. It took the seller about a day and a half to respond to my emails. Finally, he wrote back telling me that he would be unable to send the laptop until the weekend (this was on Wed). I was bummed, but still thought okay. I wrote him back, told him that would be fine as long as it went out over the weekend because I am leaving on vacation next week. He then writes back and tries to sell me a Sony Vaio for the same price. I reply, tell him no. (At this point I've contacted eBay asking for clarification if this falls under deceptive business practices). He then tells me that the reason for the delay is a connection that "works for a main distributor" that gets him laptops on overstock. He said he should hear later today or tomorrow. he then writes again and tells me that he understands my situation and needs the sale as much as I need the laptop. He told me that the guys in the warehouse are extremely busy with the closing of Circuit City so they have extra work. HERE IS THE KICKER: He just asked me (instead of PayPal) to overnight him a money order for $1200 and he would buy a new one and he would "eat" the $200 difference himself. I replied, told him I think its better that I not purchase this (I can get a refurb for $1090+tax from Apple). He has now come back with the same offer but at $1100. WHAT DO I DO??!!!! Should I call eBay? The seller has 15 feedback, all positive but has not been a seller too long. I'm afraid of toasting my feedback. Suggestions? Thank you all. EDIT:: Ugh, AUCTION not aution....just stressed about this.