To give backstory, I purchased a fairly rare pair of Chanel sunglasses on the 14th of August from an eBay seller with over 300 positives, 0 negs, after much badgering on my part to assure me of their authenticity. I emailed her on the 28th of August wondering where they were. She sent me a tracking number to Cali. Thing is, I am in Illinois, so I immediately contacted her with a WTF? She told me she sent them to my confirmed shipping address, and sent me a copy of some Paypal email info. Guess what? I have Paypal and eBay official records that show I bought them at 6:59 a.m. and finished payment at 7:01 a.m. from my Paypal with an Illinois confirmed address(I never BIN unless I can pay that second) . But she gets word in her email that someone in Cali has paid for my BIN auction. She gets sent some kind of chargeback info, but then she receives word of my payment and goes ahead and mails it to the Cali address from the first email thinking I decided against paying with my bank account and that I decided to use my credit card instead. I guess ignoring the fact that the info that came with my credit card payment shows the confirmed address in Illinois. She wants me to wait to do anything because she thinks the Cali person is going to send the sunglasses back. Ha! So be wary-and check your buyer's payments by logging onto Paypal's website from now on instead of trusting emails, I guess, since this may be a whole new scam. I have well over 500 transactions and this is a whooole new scam to me.