I know everyone has had horror stories trying to sell lately, so i guess we can just add mine to the pile and hopefully it will serve as a warning to anyone else who gets a message like this. he wrote me this message last night: "hello, I would like to purchase this item for a friends birthday once payment has been completed what is the quickest method of shipment that you can provide for me? Please let me know asap. Thanks," Any time a buyer mentions buying for a "friend", I get a little leery, but I replied, saying yes, I could overnight it to him no problem. Then I got this message back (***TPF'ERS, PLEASE DON'T CLICK ON LINK BELOW - IT WILL GIVE YOU A VIRUS!): "Hello, That sounds good. Also I am not sure if this item that you are selling is the same exact one that my friend wants for their birthday can you open up the pic in the link and let me know.Here is the link xxxxxxxxx Thanks," When I clicked on it, I got a window asking me if i wanted to 'run' a program. I quickly hit no and wrote back that I couldn't open his attachment. I spoke to a computer wiz friend of mine who said that if I had clicked yes, a Windows control panel would've opened up that would have made your PC into a spam bot (sending out spam). At this point, I shouldn't be surprised, but this guy has 578 feedbacks, all positive. He mostly sells though (jeans, boots, jackets - mostly men's stuff). I don't know why he would target me, and I don't know why he would put his own account at risk (i'm of course going to report him) -- unless it's retaliation from the last buyer of this bag who had accused me of shill bidding. Could be her friend I suppose. Lordie, I am so OVER eBay. Please guys, watch out for emails like this!!!