Hi girls! I saw a pair of shoes that I really wanted on eBay (in my size too!) that were described as never worn and in BNIB condition. The price was quite reasonable, so I sent a "question" to the seller to confirmed that shipping to Canada was express with tracking because the price for shipping seemed like it was for that, but on the listing (at the bottom) it said that it was for standard international. In the pics she provided the shoes looked good, but it looked like there might have been some scratches on the patent leather. The pics weren't that big, so even when I placed my face 5mm away from my computer screen I couldn't tell if those marks were real scratches or just flash from the camera. I wanted to confirm that the shoes were not damaged in anyway and in perfect condition. Anyways, I did the "ask the seller a question" and she replied quite promptly, but her answer was (to me at least) a bit odd. I never questioned the authenticity of the shoes, as I think they are auth from her feedback. She said they were bought from Saks. Ok, I thought. And then she added: "please do not bid on my item if you do not have faith in me as a seller - i do not take returns." Huh...I thought my question was quite innocent. I didn't have any bad intentions. I never sold anything on eBay before, but for tPFers that do, do you usually say this to a potential customer? It kinda left me feeling a bit awkward...a bit suspicious? I unno... Let me know what you guys think. I really want the shoes..hahahahah..