I wasn't sure to post this here or in the Ebay section. I won this auction earlier today: Transformers 2009 BotCon Exclusive Leozack - eBay (item 190433219148 end time Aug-26-10 07:29:31 PDT) As soon as the auction ended, I sent the payment. A few minutes later I get a refund from the seller and a message from him through Ebay asking to cancel the transaction: kong3686 has sent you a request to cancel the transaction for Transformers 2009 BotCon Exclusive Leozack (190433219148). Reason for request: The seller did not provide a specific reason. Please click the Take action button to accept or decline this request. Seller selected the following reason: Other. Additional information from seller: Sorry I no longer have this item, I apologize for the inconvenience. Kind regards, Kong Normally, I don't like to make waves, but this auction was out there for several days with no bids. I placed a bid over a day ago, and no other bids were placed. If he didn't have the item, shouldn't the seller have ended the auction prior? Even when my bid was placed, why didn't the seller contact me? I understand that the auction sold low for this item, but there is some risk involved if you don't put a reserve or BIN to protect yourself. I'm just a little annoyed as I thought I picked up a great buy, and the seller appeared not to want to let it go for so low of a price. Is there a course of action I should take at this point? Should I even bother, since he refunded the money? Keep in mind I haven't accepted or denied the transaction cancellation request. Just trying to get some suggestions or opinions at this point. Thanks for reading, folks.