and an eBay store vendor I bought something from recently. I bought a Jawbone headset from an ebay store last month and paid for the shipping insurance. The shipper didn't purchase insurance for the package, instead obtaining the less expensive "Delivery Confirmation" from the U.S. postal service. The Delivery Confirmation is merely a barcode scan when the package is left somewhere, it has no signature confirmation or address confirmation. All it shows is "delivered, city, state." For some reason, the package never made it to my door. Either it was delivered to the wrong address, dropped on my porch and stolen, or whatever. Because the shipper has a delivery confirmation, though, they refuse to do anything further. And because of this same, useless, delivery confirmation, PayPal refused my claim for the lost package, even though the shipper did not provide the insurance that he charged me for. Had the shipper purchased insurance, the package would have required a signature and real proof of delivery to a specific address, not just to a city and state. So, I'm screwed out of $100 because the shipper didn't purchase the insurance he charged me for and PayPal sided with the shipper and closed the claim. Grrrrrr.