So I ordered an oven part from ebay. The seller has 94154 feedback score with 99.6% positive feedback. In the last 12 months they had: About 36,000 positive feedback About 150 neutral About 150 negative I only read some of the negative feedback before ordering and some of it alleged some diabolical stuff like accusations that the company made up fake tracking numbers. Anyway, with 36000 happy customers I figured my chances of getting screwed were mathematically speaking, extremely low. So I purchased the $50 part and a day later got a tracking number from USPS. It had tracking info where the package was scanned and then a delivery date. The delivery date came and went and the package never came. The USPS web page still showed the date that had come and gone as the expected delivery date. When I finally sent an email to the seller, I said something like, "I never got my part, was this one of those fake tracking numbers I read about in your negative reviews?" ( I know, I was kind of upset) I immediately got a refund and an email saying, "sorry, the item must have been lost in transit. We can't send you another one as that was the last one in stock." The seller's store still shows the item for sale with 10 of them left. Obviously something is weird, but what? Why go through all the hassle and then refund someone's money if it's some kind of scam? Sorry for the novel. Any thoughts?