On Jan. 27 I sold a pair of Michael Kors boots for $37, which was a decent price since they only cost me $50. My auction clearly stated that I only accept paypal and that payment must be made within 72 hours. The winning bidder emails me after the auction informing me that she needs to wait until the first week of February until she gets her check so she can pay me. I told her OK. First week of February arrives and she asks for my address so she can send me a money order for the boots. Huh? My auction clearly stated that I only took paypal. I figured, what the heck, I'll do the M.O. because it is only $37 and shipping and I'll save on paypal fees. I never gotthe M.O, so Thursday I sent her a message letting her know I never got the M.O. and to contact me ASAP. Her response is below. Mind you, she never contacted me to let me know the payment was going to be late. I am just fed up. She simply assumes that I will wait until she gets her act together and mails me the M.O. Her response: my check got delayed to feb 28 because i turned my timesheets in to late for the check i was spokes to get on the 1 week of feb. iam still going to pay it will just have to wait till my check comes in and after that if you dont get the money order by the march 5 then do what has to be done. What would you do, would you wait for the M.O. or open a nonpaying bidder dispute today? It isn't a lot of money, but the lack of communication and the assumption that I will wait around until she gets her finances in order are insulting. I have until March 13 to open a dispute, which is after the time when she claims she'll pay me.