On an earlier thread, I posted about an ebayer who wrote to me before my auction ended asking to buy my handbag for less than the starting price. Actually, she wrote twice. I declined, because in doing so, I am losing about a third of what I paid for the bag. However, after the auction ended without the bag selling, I agreed to sell it to her. Now this is her latest message: Thanks for getting back to me so promptly. I'm glad you reconsidered! I didn't realize Paypal and eBay take such a big bite out of your profit. That's terrible! Is there a way to get around it with a Second Chance Offer or something? That way we could both save a little more? Also, would you be willing to mark the package with a low value? Say, around $25? I want to avoid customs fees. They're brutal here! What do you think? I am not taking any less....pretty soon, she's gonna want it for free!!! Also, something about this makes me nervous. If I marked the package with a lower value, could she later try to file a claim against me? The bag I am selling, like all the others I sold, are authentic designer bags. She obviously knows how to play the eBay game.....I don't! This was what she wrote in her 2nd message to me: I know you paid a lot more - but I have so many bags in this particular colour, I can't justify buying another at this price! Any advice would be welcome as I am not a seasoned eBay seller and I don't want to get screwed because I am trying to do something nice for someone. Thanks.