I recently sold an LV Damier agenda on eBay. Right after the auction closed I received an email from the buyer (I believe), using a very slightly different (but obvious) name, asking a question about the item. Even though the answer was in the listing and the auction had ended, I answered the question again. I guess she didn't like the answer, because there has been no response to my invoices and emails. I finally gave up hope and filed a NPB with eBay. A pain, but I'm sure I can resell the item, and probably for an even better price. My question is this: eBay takes forever to close a dispute and grant a final value credit and free relist, but I'd like to relist it now. If I relist before they grant the free relist, will they still go back and refund me the listing fee, or am I supposed to wait until the dispute is completely closed? Also: There is the possibility that this person will pay before the dispute is closed, but I doubt it. He/she has been buying (and paying for) other auctions in the meantime. Even if this person does pay, I wouldn't want to sell it to her. If that happened and I simply told her the item was no longer available and refunded the payment, would I be in trouble? Sorry for the lengthy post. This is all probably very silly, but I don't sell a whole lot and have never had to deal with this situation before. I do a lot more lurking (and learning) than posting here, but I admire and appreciate the collective wisdom of tpf. Thanks in advance for any advice!