Ok, seems like there have been some troubles with PP over the years with other people so here is my story in a nutshell. I sold a 7800GT to a guy back on March 29th for $253.00, recieved his money via Paypal and shipped it that very same day. The guy gets the video card a few days later and sends me an email saying that the card works great. I waited about a week and a half to withdraw the money because it was going towards my new iMac. Everything had transferred and withdrawn successfully mind you. Just the other day, I get an email saying that my account is on hold due to an investigation about some unauthorized money. I basically left it alone just because it isn't my problem. However, I got home from work last night to read that I am responsible for that money! I called Paypal this morning and told them that I wasn't going to pay for it and that I didn't have time to deal with someone else's problem. The lady says "Well imagine if it was your credit card that got stolen and was improperly used. Wouldn't that feel bad?" I said "If that was my credit card, then it would be my credit card company's problem to cover that money. Not the person that I paid money over 2 weeks ago." Then she goes on to say that Paypal is going to turn it over to Collection Agencies. I told her that if we need to do the court thing, then we need to do that. And get this, PP's little "Seller Protection Policy" doesn't cover me because you have to have a delivery signature for items over $250. My video card was $253!!! And even when I shipped it via UPS, they never ask if you want a delivery signature. Does anyone agree with me that this is not my problem? My dad, who is a strict buyer and business talker, is going to come over tonight and help me resolve this little problem by talking to some people's bosses. Discuss.