I won an auction for a used kate spade claire in black yesterday for a grand total of $24.50 (including the seller's $9 shipping fee) and this morning I found this in my mailbox: "Thanks for your purchase and quick payment. However, I wanted to inform you that while further inspecting the purse, I noticed that one of the bottom corners of the purse is starting to show signs of wear and beginning to fray. The condition of the bag is not how I listed it to be, so I will refund your money via paypal for the full amount. I am sorry for the inconvenience." I have a strong feeling that the seller was just disapointed that the winning bid was so low and wants to back out of the sale... I called her bluff and sent her this reply: "Is the bag torn? Your description did mention that the bag was showing signs of wear... were you planning on relisting this item? I would prefer a discount for additional wear on the bag than to not complete this transaction." Is there anything else I should say or do? I've sold some things before that I hated to part with at such a low sum, but doesn't this 'legally binding contract' thing work both ways?