I bought something on eBay that had a great price. I paid within seconds of the BIN, as I always do. The next morning, the seller had cancelled the sale with the reason of "Out of Stock", and my money was refunded. He sent a message saying "Clearly this was listed at the wrong price" I looked and the item is now listed at twice the price. To be fair, I just jumped on the item because it was such a good price, and i didn't even read the ad. The text of the ad shows the doubled price, so it could very well be an error on his part. We all make mistakes, and normally I'd just walk away, but the way this went down really bugs me. He lied about the item being out of stock because that's the only way a seller can end an auction without the approval of the buyer. A Polite "Hey, I messed up, can we cancel this sale?" would have resulted in an instant yes from me, but this just seems underhanded. The auction is loaded with all sorts of "bad buyers will be reported", and "You agree to the terms of the sale" language that clearly doesn't apply to him. I can't report the item because it's ended. I can't report the sale because it's been refunded. There appears to be no way to report the seller. Additionally, it now shows up on the top of "My Ebay" as an unpaid item - an item that I'd be happy to pay for (and have), but I can't. That's eBay's fault, not the seller's - it's just annoying. I sent a message to the seller politely voicing my disappointment and requesting that the terms of the original sale be honored. No response. It seems the only thing I can do is leave negative feedback. That seems harsh, but this just bugs me. I've been on eBay since 1998, and I've left negative feedback once in hundreds of transactions. Part of me says "walk away", and part of me thinks that this is exactly the kind of thing that negative feedback is for. BTW, the difference in price is $15 vs $30, so we're not talking a '59 'burst or anything. I seek judgement from the TGP cognoscenti. May you be merciful and just.