I won a Seritek e6G eSATA card for my G5 Quad on eBay back on the 8th. I won it for one cent. Even with shipping it came to $7.21. Problem is, it is "lost in the mail". Tracking shows that it was accepted at a PO on February 13, and there is no scan in the system after that point. There is no scan to indicate it even made it to the local processing plant that evening. The seller has proactively messaged me and seemed all too ready to offer a refund since it seems to be lost, even though I never inquired with them about why I didn't have the item after it had been "shipped" more than a week earlier. I hate to say it, but I suspect someone may have concocted a way to get something "lost in the mail". I have no proof, but I wonder if they had a friend in the USPS scan the item as accepted and then took it back, hoping to issue a refund and back out of a one-cent sale? Still haven't asked for a refund. I don't intend to for a while. Not until it's too late to file a refund claim. Will also check to see if the item is relisted later. Will probably tell them I will be contacting the local postmaster or appropriate supervisor at the local PO where it was accepted.