Sometime ago I bought a paddington from net-a-porter, which I believe to be a reputable seller of authentic bags. Unfortunately whilst it was a beautiful bag, I never used it, as it was too heavy. Recently I sold the bag on eBay, with receipts and shipping info from net-a-porter as additional proof. I have today received this email... 'I am really sorry to contact you but I have had a couple of things pointed out to me about the bag you sold to me as "authentic" that would suggest this is not the case. I have been advised that I should allow you to respond to this and resolve the issue prior to my reporting this to eBay Legal Department. You will be aware that selling fake items on eBay is a criminal offence. The main issues with the bag pointed out by an authorised retailer are as follows: - The tag inside the bag....They all have one in natural leather with numbers stamped on it. If the numbers are small it is a fake but MOST of all, Hold the tag where it is attached to the pocket, the stitches in your hand, are the numbers right side up, good it is Authentic. If they are not it it is a fake. Chloe put their tags in upside down so the numbers are upside down if you just grab the tags end. THE NUMBERS ON THE BAG YOU SOLD ME ARE THE INCORRECT SIZE AND ARE UPSIDE DOWN' Color of the metal, all of the rivets, key & lock should be the same color metal. On most of the Authentic bags it is a dark antique. THE COLOUR OF THE METAL ON THE BAG YOU SOLD ME IS NOT CONSISTENT. The font on the labels is standard. THIS IS INCORRECT ON THE BAG YOU SOLD ME. I believed this was a genuine bag by your reassurance that this was purchased personally by you from Net a Porter. It has been pointed out that including such paperwork and packaging to authenticate a fake bag is sadly not unusual. I was also incorrectly reassured by your 100% feedback. I will await your response and suggested resolution. If I do not hear from you in the next 24 hours I will be reporting this as a fraudulent sale and will be asking eBay to instigate legal proceedings. Having paid you £650 in good faith you will appreciate I will take all necessary action to recover my money. If you refund immediately I will not take legal action. Can anyone advise. I thought net-a-porter goods were authentic. Is she getting bad advice. What should I do?