Nothing serious, I had an auction up that I also had posted on a local message board. I got a lot of various PMs on the message board but mostly just shitty offers. With about 10 minutes left on the auction I recheck my PM box on the forum and it's a guy I've dealt with before who was willing to pay my full price. I know you're not supposed to end auctions early if you sell an item, so I had him get on gunbroker and try to sign up before the auction ended but it wouldn't' work because his legal address is a PO box somehow. Whatever, there's 1 minute left on the auction and it's at $275 I think. So my options are to honor the auction for $275 and dick around with shipping a shotgun, or sell it to a guy I know 30 minutes from me for full price $350. So I canceled that auction with like a minute left and sent a quick, but sincere apology to the auction "winner" explaining the situation about the local buyer. The local guy drove out to me that night and paid me in cash. Then yesterday morning I get this e-mail from the gunbroker guy I just ignored it, but then I get another today, a little more threatening I want to just tell him the gun is already sold, too bad so sad but gunbroker has my address and my credit card #, so is there anything he can really do besides leave negative feedback and/or get me banned? I don't really care since I never used GB before and probably won't again except for price checking. I know, it sucks for him for missing out, and I should've set my reserve higher, but if the other option is making an extra $75, dealing with someone I know won't flake out, and not having to mess around with shipping at all, there's no real choice to be made. He has to go bid on more guns, big whoop.