I`ve had a museum piece '55 Strat for sale here on TGP and ebay. It`s a high value item and I received a message on ebay a few days ago: Will buy it NOW for $73,500 for Fed Ex Priority Overnight shipping, reply with your paypal email asap so I can make a direct payment! Serious buyer No one that I know would be willing to send that kind of $ without having dialogue around it. I let him know that I was a bit confused around his ask for my paypal address for immediate payment without discussing first. I gave him my phone # and said that I would give him my paypal address if we could discuss over the phone. This is where it got strange. He called and the number came up as "No Caller ID" He then texted and said he needed my paypal. I told him to call back. We got on the phone and he was pretty calm and said that he owned a couple pre-war Martins and that he was a collector. He told me that he could tell the guitar was straight from the pics. Seemed ok, so I gave him my paypal address. I then asked him his name and shipping address. He wanted me to ship it FEDEX next day tomorrow. While I was talking to him I ran a search and sure enough google showed me a couple websites that said to watch out for this guy. He does Craigslist and paypal scams where he sends a fake email branded Paypal, saying you received a payment and it is ok to ship the item. At that point, I told him that a search showed him as a scam artist and I was not going to do the transaction. His response was; "Oh, ok" and he hung up. My question is should I be worried that this guy now has my name, email/paypal address and phone number?