I recently sold an inexpensive watch ($58.00, incl. s/h) to a buyer in the UK. Shortly after receiving it, he emailed me stating that the watch was "not as described." His reason - my description mistakenly described the watch as having a screw down crown when it had a pull out crown!!! Therefore, not as described. He also mentioned an "unspecified defect", that he never specified. We exchanged several messages where I tried to make the case that, technically, he was correct, but it was not material and did not affect the operation of the watch. Well, he filed a case against me. PayPal notified me I had a negative balance of $58.00. I was in the process of paying for a watch, and I could not proceed until I transferred that amount to my account, which I did. Of course, eBay ruled against me, stating I was not a fault. Thank you! They returned the buyer's $58.00, and TOLD HIM HE COULD KEEP THE WATCH!!! They also gave me back my $58.00, which I found even more strange. So, I sold a watch, got $58.00 for it, and buyer got his money back and has a perfectly working watch to do what he wishes with it. Makes no sense at all. Maybe he will put it on eBay.UK! Anyone ever have this happening to them? What if the watch was much more expensive?