Alright.. for over 10 years now, I have been using the internet for everything, but have always been scared out of my mind of buying and selling over the internet, from person to person. A good friend of mine had some recent luck with ebay, and since I had stuff to sell, convinced me to do it. First item to try on ebay: a Canon Powershot S45 camera. I sold it to some guy down in the US for $420 and went down together to the CanadaPost retail outlet to ship it with a friend who was selling some stuff as well. Everything went smoothly, the girl did all the packaging and labelling for us, because she was a good friend of my buddy. We paid for shipping for Expedited Post - USA and left. Now... the buyer was never very communicative during the sales process, I had to wait over a week for payment, because he just never was very quick with the emails. Over a month passed and then I get an email from him that said Hey Paul, I have been busy and haven't been as diligent about this as I probably should have been. I thought at first that the camera was tied up in customs or something, but I have not seen this camera at all. Now it looks like it has been returned to Ontario?!? Can you find out what is happening to it? Ryan. (fyi: I'm in Calgary, and he's in Redmond, WA - having this parcel shipped to Mississauga is ridiculous) so I've been trying to chase this thing down now for the past couple of weeks and the last time calling Canada Post, they say they've "lost it" and have sent me a check for $112, which is the cost of shipping plus basic insurance. Apparently we could have purchased insurance on the package, but neither of us talked about it at the time. So now the camera is lost in limbo somewhere, probably in a Canada Post employee's hot little hands... the online tracking still says miss, ON. so it still has to be there. and now I've got to settle things with the buyer. What do I do? Thanks guys!