I am selling my velvet Blondie on eBay for what I think is a good price, given condition and rarity. I just got a question from a seller. She asked if I would reduce the price, given that she/he is shopping for a birthday gift. I responded, saying that I would not lower the price. I also blocked him/her from bidding, as this person's rating was only 97 percent. I just felt weird about the whole thing. Perhaps that's because I usually buy and sell vintage watches. Once, I had a bidder "win" a vintage Rolex. He encouraged me to send it right away as it was a birthday gift for his mother. He sent me the "number" of the money order he'd mailed. I didn't mail it, and never received the MO. Turns out he was pulling the same scam on others and he ended up getting booted from eBay. I guess the combo of bad feedback (it's private too -- I checked toolhaus) and "birthday" set off alarms. I did the right thing, didn't I?