Almost 2 months ago I sold a pair of new shoes and it clearly stated in my auction that I do not take returns due to the cost involved, etc. The buyer asked before buying if they did not fit could she return them, I recommended that she either find a pair to try on in a dept store first &/or if she had any doubts then not to bid. Anyhow the shoes were too big for the buyer and basically she insisted on returning them for a refund. So I said fine as long as she paid for the return shipping and the original shipping fee of $8 would not be refunded (they actually cost more than that to ship). Also it was the second time I had listed the shoes so I asked that she cover the listing fee. She agreed, said that was fine and that she completely understood. I received the shoes and refunded her money less shipping & the listing fee. She then sent me an email complaining that it had cost her so much for the shipping and would I help cover the return shipping? By now she was really getting on my nerves, so I told her that I would waive the listing fee, but I could not be held responsible for the shipping. So then I refunded the listing fee and was honestly glad to finally be rid of her and her long whining emails. She left positive feedback for me, but as the experience was far from positive for me I just decided to not even bother leaving feedback at all. A month went by and I received an email asking me to leave feedback for her. I ignored it and didn't think another thing about it. Anyhow so tonight I got this email: This is ********* writing again to let you know that I will retract my feedback if you dont leave me a feedback. I think it is fair to respond the same way as you were approached, in this case, nicely since I left you a positive feedback. I think it is only fair to do the same. Why she can't move on I've no idea she has a feedback score of 18 with 2 negs and has been on eBay since 2000!! It's not like it's going to change her life or anything, I honestly believe she may be disturbed. So should I just ignore her or leave feedback? Any suggestions, opinions welcome..