Sorry I didn't know where to put this... so I hope here is ok. The story: I had a lot of designer denim in my own closet (from stores) that I sold in a lot (because I didn't want them anymore). I had a client who wanted them and bought them so she could resell to make a few extra bucks. She got them and LOVED them. I mean she was ecstatic and wanted to keep them for herself, but was in a bind for cash. So there was about 10 pairs of different styles, plus a juicy bag, and a coach wallet in the package that she bought from me. She sold about 3 pairs until she emailed me saying that some of the jeans were really hard to sell because they were no longer in style where she's from. I said sorry I cannot give a refund because it's been more than 3 days (which my policy is loud and clear for). My policy is 3 days because who knows that she could wear them out and try to sell them back to me and since they had no tags to begin with, I made sure she understood that. So she's all frustrated because I won't refund her money - mind you she wanted ALL of her money back when she's used the purse and wallet and sold 3 pairs of jeans. So she keeps complaining how it's hard to sell designer jeans in a small town, but I can't do anything about that. Next thing I know, she opens a dispute through paypal. Paypal is still under review for it. But nonetheless, she ships the merch back. I didn't open the package and just returned it to her. Paypal hasn't even made their final orders yet and the claim is still under review and she did that. I emailed her and told her that I returned it to her because if I kept it and opened it and paypal ends in my favor i'd have to ship it back on my cost. So she threatened me saying that if I held onto the package one more day then i'll understand why she shipped it back. She's threated to 'sue' me before but we're on opposite sides of the country and the package was sold for only 600... for 10 pairs of jeans (I use to be a denim FREAK) a designer bag, and a wallet. What should I do about this?