Unbelievable. This gal buys a vintage Kooba Sienna on eBay, realized the leather was off (has a friend with a REAL vintage Sienna) so she relisted it as an authentic Sienna with a great BIN. Your's truly (stupid impulsive idiot that I am) buys it, realizes it's fake & sends her this email: "Hello, just wanted to let you know that the bag arrived safely, but upon opening it, I'm convinced it isn't an authentic Kooba Sienna. The leather is not as it should be, and the hardware is off. (I owned another one which is authentic & this is not up to par with that one) The Kooba lining threw me off, because I was under the impression that the counterfeiters never used the Kooba signature lining, but evidently they did. I'm not sure if you can go to the original seller & get your money back, but this is a counterfeit & it's illegal to sell fake bags. You've been taken also. Let me know how you want to proceed." and all she can say is: "You can look at my past history and see the person that I bought the bag from. You can go to her. I am not selling illegal bags. I just purchased that bag right before I re listed it because I wanted a darker color. I have a friend who has that same bag she got at Nieman Marcus with that writing in the lining and the leather is different. All sales are final, as I noted in the listing. I have a positive feedback of 100%. If you want relist it and sell it yourself, or contact the person I bought it from on line, you are welcome. At $150.00 you will easily make your money back. Thank you." I informed her that would be unethical just to pass my mistake onto the next unsuspecting buyer. (just what she did to me???!!!!) Now I'm wondering how to proceed. I paid using my Paypal Credit. I can file a claim, but I heard it's up to the buyer to prove it's a fake! These emails say a lot, but she doesn't admit it's fake, just that the leather was different. Any ideas?