I won an auction on eBay a bit of time ago for an oversized YSL Muse, at a significant price (about 3/4 of retail). Now, the auction stated "authentic" and the pictures looked kosher to me. I paid, waited and waited, finally got the item. It not only was a different size than auction stated (large, not oversized), but it was a FAKE too -- bad leather, awful interior, completely not what the auction stated or pictured! I emailed the seller and days later, got a response that he was sorry for the mistake, that I should send it back for a refund. I get an email four days later, telling me that he hadn't received my item and that, as stated in the auction, item must be returned w/i three days - which was impossible, since he took that long just to get back to me - or no refund whatsoever. Recourse, ladies? Should I wait til he gets the item and continue dealing with him, or should I file an eBay complaint immediately and forego nice-ities with the seller? Which way would I have a better chance of recovering my $ (I did not pay thru PayPal! :o( ). FYI, the seller has a very good eBay record, but there were more than a few complaints of fakes. Thanks! I really appreciate your input!