Hi! I need some advice - I bought a bag from someone in Canada in January. I paid with a USPS money order, and I've received the bag. Unfortunately, after I had already received the bag, I got an email from the seller that she (he?) can't cash the money order because they are in Canada and the money order states it can only be redeemed in the US. They want me to request a refund and send them an international money order instead. The only problem is that I actually don't live in the US - I had a long visit there, so I completed the transaction there, but I'm no longer there. I have the receipt for the money order, but I can't get to a post office to file a claim and replace it. Plus, I had to file for a lost money order once a few years ago, and if I recall correctly, they would only refund/replace it after 3 months had gone by and it had not been cashed. Ugh. I really want to do the right thing here. Money order was listed as a payment option (no mention of it needing to be an international money order), and the transaction was done on the US eBay site. What are my options here? I did ask if they would be going to the US anytime soon, but it's more complicated because the money order was made out to their company (as requested on the invoice), not to the individual person, so they weren't sure if the post office would cash it out in that circumstance. Thanks for any help!!!