I just recently sold my Fender American original 50's PBass on Reverb after posting here and getting no action on the sale. The bass delivered yesterday and the buyer messages me that he is disappointed because I listed the bass as mint cond. and that it had scratches and a paint chip that were not in the description....I bought the bass from a music store and it was listed as a demo in excellent condition. I had it in my house for a year and rarely used it because I did not care for the neck on it. I never dropped it or hit it on anything and it mostly stayed in the case. My bad for posting it in the wrong condition and I took responsibility for listing the condition as mint incorrectly. I posted good pics of the bass and the only issues on it where a small indentation in the upper horn which I described. I get a follow up message that he wants to settle the issue by me giving him a $100 refund. The selling price was a great deal. Of course I expected to lose money on the bass. I feel like this guy is shaking me down for a $100 refund. I requested that he send me pics of the damage. I took a video of the bass as I was packing it so I hope he has some compelling pictures. Even then it would be a damage claim from FedEx. I have not received them yet (the pics). My first inclination was to just eat the $100 and move on, but I don't care for someone damaging my credibility at all as he probably will via feedback. Reverb is aware and they are of course advising us to work this out. Any thoughts on this or anyone have a similar experience? My rating on here is spotless but unfortunately this is my first and possibly last on Reverb.