Sorry if there’s a thread about this. If so please move over there. Two things I have encountered lately that really bother me. 1) people cancelling winning auctions because the buyer didn’t get as much as they would’ve liked. There’s a seller that recently put up few vintage Bullmarks lots. All just got relisted with a new BIN option double what the auctions sold for initially. Won a bid on a medicom Kikaider for $50 a few months ago. I was the only bidder. The moment the auction ended the seller canceled the order and relisted it at minimum $100. Am I the only one that finds this behavior reprehensible? 2) Three weeks ago I did a buy it now on a reissue Bullmark. Same seller sold the same item a few weeks earlier using the same pictures etc. I figured maybe the previous winner didn’t pay. More like wishful thinking. After a full seven days I contacted the seller and super politely asked if they sent the toy. Waited a week. No reply. Waited another week and sent another polite inquiry. No reply but literally 5 minutes later I got an alert that a tracking number was generated. Great. Now we’re in week three and the item hasn’t been shipped. No update on the tracking since it was created. Third email ( less polite) sent and still zero communication from this person. What is the deal? I sell on eBay. I can get things shipped in a timely manner. Pandemic and apocalypse n all. Eventually PayPal will get my money from this creep but man stuff like this really takes the air out of collecting. Between these recent ebay experiences and all my Japanese purchases in total unknown limbo going on three months.. I might have to consider basket weaving or other hobbies. Someone give me a chill pill. I must add this tho. A member of this community just sent me a bunch of toys and collectibles free of charge just because he is awesome and had dupes. So thankfully there are still shining examples of human integrity still! Thank you David.