Okay, I posted a camera on my local craigslist and received several replies, among them someone named Joyce (last name removed in case she's real). She wanted the camera for my asking price, and wanted to Paypal me the money so I'd ship it to her. A little unusual based on my history with craigslist (normally local people just pick up), but whatever... maybe she's lazy or can't/won't travel. As soon as I send her my Paypal address, I get a reply from her and an automated reply from Paypal saying the money has been deducted from her account and will be deposited in my account pending confirmation of shipping. She also included an extra $100 for shipping on a $250 camera! That total makes it equivalent to the price of the camera new on Amazon (to which I even provided a link in my ad)!!! I check my Paypal, and there's no record of her sending money to me anywhere. Plus, in the allegedly-authentic email from Paypal, it's got me shipping to someone named Sabrina in Mississippi. The email looks VERY authentic (although I haven't done a line-by-line comparison with a known good Paypal email). So of course, I'm thinking someone's copied Paypal's email, and this is a scam, kinda like the whole Nigerian "I'll-send-you-your-asking-price-plus-an-extra-grand" nonsense. But, it wouldn't be the first time I received a (legitimate) payment from one name and shipped to another name (spouse, kin, friend, etc). And, she just could be naive as to the cost of shipping or this camera new (eBay syndrome). Anyone heard of this? Any advice?