I listed some gear on Craigslist last night, and when I woke up this morning I had two "is this item still available?" emails, both of which seemed a little shady. I typed out a nice, interested reply and sent it to both. I had an email back from the first sender in less than half an hour: "Thanks for the prompt response, i want you to get back to me with your paypal email address so i can make the payment including the shipment cost,i will include $100 for the shipment cost, so i want you to get back to me so i can make it fast and as soon as you received the payment confirmation i want the item to be shipped via USPS International Express Mail and if you don`t have a PayPal account you can go and sign up at www.paypal.com and get back to me with your paypal email id so i can make the instant payment into your account in cash. Thanks." This is obviously a scam (I replied "I don't appreciate scams. The item will only be sold locally in accordance with CraigsList policies."), but I am wondering how this particular version would unfold on me. I know PayPal offers buyer protection, but I guess sellers don't have much in that area. Would she dispute my having ever shipped it, or would she try to go outside of PayPal with some sort of money order or account deposit? Could my PayPal address lead her to any compromising information?