Hello All, As the title suggests, I made a huge mistake selling someone a laptop. Now, I am certainly not a newbie at selling thing online, as I've been doing it since 2012, however, I think I just really messed up. It all started a few months ago when this woman contacted me about buying a laptop from me. Now, I do have a small following online from selling electronics, so this was completely normal. We talked back and forth, and then I didn't hear back from her for a couple of weeks, which then she said she was ready to buy. PayPal didn't work for her so we were going to try Google Wallet, well that didn't work either, so I didn't ship out the laptop. That was all fine until last weekend, where she contacts me again. She still wanted to buy a laptop from me, but was cautious about it because she claimed she had been scammed out of $3000 by a well known scammer on instagram. I was more than willing to help her out. Her PayPal and Google Wallet still didn't work, but I thought that if I got payment in the form of Apple Gift Card, I would be fine. She put the order in for the gift card and I put the order in for the laptop (I had run out of 15 inch MacBook Pro's, so I had to get one from eBay delivered to her house). I called Apple about an hour later because I still hadn't received the gift card, it was canceled by Apple, so I cancelled the computer. I woke up the next morning, and I got quite the threatening message. She was claiming she was going to make sure I ended up behind bars for scamming her, etc. etc (I'll attach the full message below.) as well as calling to threaten me. I got so scared I ended up putting the order back in for a computer. She also supposedly paid me using Wells Fargo SurePay, which I now know is a lie. At this point I'm out $1100 and a Computer and don't know what to do. I already filed a police report, and even though this is considered Grand Theft, I doubt they can do anything for me. I know this is quite a bit my fault, and I shouldn't have trusted her but I was such a mess after that message and call I was not thinking straight.