I waited 7 days during which time I sent 3 polite reminders, I hear nothing so on the 8th day I opened a dispute with eBay for a non-paying bidder. The bidder then got in touch via the dispute board and said she's sorry but she thought it was dollars and not pounds and it is too much money. I don't mind as we all make mistakes although I wish she had written to me sooner. Anyway, what do I do now? According to the dispute 'console' I can respond to the bidder or I can end the dispute. Which is the best thing to do bearing in mind I want to recover my fees? Do I respond to the bidder saying OK, it doesn't matter, pay the fees and we are quits or do I close the dispute - does that mean once I've closed it, I can't get my fees back. The winning bid was 169 pounds. I just want to know which option I should take to get my listing fees back. Thanks for your help.