Just over a month ago I sold a bass here on the TB forums. Upon arrival, the buyer raised some concerns as to the description of the bass, which were somewhat justified. I then offered a full refund or partial refund depending on what he felt he wanted to do. I heard no response and no complaints about the bass otherwise or afterwards. Over a month has gone by and the buyer of that bass has purchased a new bass and attempted to sell the bass he pruchased from me. The same concerns were raised by the new potential buyer and the sale fell through on that one. The buyer of the bass has now asked for a full refund a month after purchase and having never responded to my original offer of full or partial refund at the time of sale. After a month--well, after a couple weeks, but anyway--I had moved on, expecting the issue was no longer an issue. I hadn't budgeted this refund at this time, among other things, so I'm wondering what you would do in my position? I want to help out the buyer in anyway I can, and want to do what the general consensus sees as the best option in fairness to all parties. I also wouldn't hesitate to deal with this TBer again, but I'm trying to find a workable situation. Thanks for any and all help.