Hi guys. I have an item up for auction currently that is going for $250+. It will probably go for more, but I'm not sure. Anyways, the current bidder e-mailed me to ask before auction end if it was ok with me to ship to a New York hotel address where she will be vacationing in September. Normally, this would be A NO as I ONLY ship to a Paypal confirmed address, but this bidder also lives in Iceland to begin with. I don't like dealing w/ international bidders b/c of the lack of protection, but it opens up the market, especially for the things I sell, all high end designer. She only wanted this b/c she was concerned about paying duties, but I e-mailed her back saying I could not, but that I would mark "gift" on the customs form. So, my question is what would you do? I'm not going to be covered either way, right because no countries other than the US, the UK, and Canada are eligible for seller protection? Basically, I'm hoping a person from one of those countries wins my auction, BUT that may not happen. lol So, what do you do to prevent a chargeback or false claim from somebody living overseas? Is there anything you can do? I called Paypal, but they just referred me to their website. I understand how to prevent this with buyers from the US, UK, and Canada, but I'm completely confused otherwise. Is sending it overseas insured and via Registered Mail enough? Sorry for the multiple questions, but I just figured I would ask all of my questions now. Thanks in advance!