I sold my used Fendi Spy Bag in an auction that ended on Saturday, and the winning bidder (who came in at the last second and sniped the auction) refuses to pay because shes accusing me of shill bidding, which is absolutely not the case. Here is the email she sent me: Hi, I'm the winning bidder of this item, but I'm not convinced of the legitimacy of the bidding. According to the bids an eBay member with 0 feedback bidded $900 5 hrs ago when the bag was only at $400! I have a lot of experience on eBay and stuff like this only seems to happen with 0 feedback bidders. I wanted this bag, but i'm not comfortable with this. Please give this 0 feedback bidder a 2nd chance offer. $900 is too much to spend if I suspect shill bidding going on. The highest bidder with feedback apart from me was $615, If you give me a buy it now for $630 I'll take it. People selling expensive designer bags on eBay usually do not allow 0 feedback bidders to bid. When she came in at the very end of the auction and was in the process of sniping it (she had to place 5 bids in order to outbid the next highest bidder), she knew the situation, and if she had these suspicions (which are unfounded I have no idea who the second highest bidder is), then she shouldnt have continued to bid! I think its completely unfair of her to bid, win the auction and then decide to set her own terms. I cant file an unpaid item claim until a week after the auction ends, and I know that in the end, she wont pay for it. I can see from her account that she has only 20 fbs because she had closed another account where something similar probably happened and she got bad feedback, so I dont think she cares about a getting negative since she doesnt have much to lose and seems ok with reinventing herself by opening new accounts. I sent a second chance offer to the next highest yesterday, after having waited two days, and havent heard back. Any advice on this one? I am just livid.