I listed an item for sale in the classifides and received an offer from a fellow. I sent a counteroffer we both agreed to and I also said that shipping was included in the price, so there were no extras or surprises. The one catch was that I asked to be paid with a USPS money order, feeling that was a good way to protect myself. I've had a few hiccups with PayPal and a friend got taken somehow for a decent amount of money through his PP account. Again, the buyer agreed and we were good to go. I provided him with my full name, address, land line phone number and my wife's cell phone number. I wanted to assure him that he could get in touch with me without a problem. He mailed payment and I promised to let him know when it arrived and that I would ship it out immediately. Unfortunately, it didn't arrive and I sent him three emails over the course of three weeks to keep him apprised, hearing back each time, and even receiving a phone call. I then felt prompted to contact my local post office to find out if there was a dead letter file or if they had a suggestion. They said they hoped that in mailing money he got a tracking number. I passed that on to the buyer in another two or three emails, all done through the H.A.M.B. I didn't receive a reply to those last notes. So, I thought maybe he's away on vacation, or he's fed up with the process or me. Now I'm in limbo. The item is packaged, ready to go, so as much as I want to relist it I don't want to alienate him or accept an order while things are up in the air. I must add that I noticed he was logged into the H.A.M.B. a few days ago but still hasn't contacted me. I've both purchased and sold more than a few items through the classifies without a problem, and I feel I've done all I can to keep him in the loop. My question is when is "enough is enough"? Even though I rarely list anything for sale I don't want to pick up a rep as a bad seller. What are your (serious) thoughts?