I sold my Sony A100 a week ago on craigslist. The camera was working fine when the lady bought it from me. She took a couple of test shots to verify it. After she agreed to buy it she handed me the camera and I took the card out of it because it was not part of the sale. She gave me the money, I gave her the camera, and we went on our separate ways. Yesterday they called and said they went to Wolf Camera to get a new card. The guy at Wolf put a card in it and the camera wasn't able to read it. The took the camera to Radio Shack and the same thing happened. Today I met the husband to look at the camera and try it again with the same card I've always used in it and it didn't work. When I looked into the slot I noticed the pin in the top left position was bent down. I pointed it out to him. He said, "Give me a week to try to get it fixed. If I can't fix it I want my money back." Of course I'm not going to return his money because the damage was done after the sale. His argument was that it's possible I bent the pin during the transaction, but there's no way removing a card would bend the pin down. Anyway, how possible is it to simply bend the pin back? I realize there's a chance that it may break in the process, but is that a realistic solution? If it can't be bent back straight, does anyone know how much it would cost to have it fixed correctly? TIA!