I had a successful transaction where I sold a LV handbag. The buyer had tons of questions beforehand, asked for lots more pics, etc... I answered all the questions, send all the pics she requested, and shipped immediately when she paid (via express shipping). Problem....when I took the pics for the auction, I had the bag photo'd on a random LV dustcover, because I could not find the original dustcover. Before I shipped though, I found the original dustcover, and was excited....so shipped the bag in the original dustcover to the buyer. I just got an e-mail saying that she wants the dustcover pictured in the auction, because the one that I sent her was fake. Well...it's not! It is an older style bag(from 2001), and has the flannel feeling dustbag. The one that was in the pic from the auction is the newer style, but not the right size for the bag. Anyway, I told her that I would ship her the other one no problem, but that the one that I sent her IS the one that came with the bag, and that it is not a fake. She replied, that she wanted to contact me before she left me negative feedback . I am baffled...negative feedback??? I sent her an authentic bag, answered all questions, sent extra pics, and mailed quickly...did everything right!! How does one even think of leaving a negative for that kind of service???? Anyway, I suppose that I am just complaining...but I know the dustbag that she has is the correct one for the bag that she bought,AND it is real! Is it ridiculous for me to feel bad??