A buyer from Canada won a bag I was selling. She was having trouble paying me, but after about a week, she found a family member to help her out. At her request, she asked me to not list the value of the bag so she can avoid duties. I wanted to help her out, because of the cash issue and because she told me how much she was excited about the bag, I obliged. She emailed me 2 days ago asking me to send her the receipt. She said it's for if she had to take the bag in to get it fixed. Because of the difficulty she had trying to pay me in the first place, and because she already asked me to thwart the value of the bag when I shipped it, I am wary of this request. Also, I have other purchases on the receipt. I was willing to provide a copy with my credit card, and other personal information blacked out. She has been insisting on the original receipt. I am worried that she will try to use my receipt to get a refund on the bag or worse. Not too mention I have other items I purchased on that receipt. Am I wrong to question the intentions? Should I send the receipt?