Listed a record that other people have sold for $500 for $440. I then accepted this buyers low $300 offer. There was a detailed description and condition description. There were 12 photos in the top of the listing and even more than that that I pay to host in the body of the listing. The condition of the item could be better ascertained from my listing than from viewing the item in real life considering the macro photography. In the body of the listing we mention we are happy to show it to you in real life if you like. Then right under than in big bold capital letters it says "No Returns". It says seller does not offer returns in the top of the listing. The return policy is NO RETURNS. I don't ship expensive collectible records for you to borrow for you listening pleasure only to send back when your finished. Buyer opened return for "changed mind" but in the body of the return he threatens calling it damaged. He probably is successful with this tactic in the past and didn't notice I, unlike most, didn't put a return policy on the listing. So I have the option to decline it. He will probably just jump over to PayPal and call it damaged. I will eventually decline it but I will wait until the last possible day in the middle of the night. If I do it right away he might still have all the tabs open, with it fresh in his mind, and just jump over to paypal. If I wait then that adds more days to anything else he can do after I decline it, all of which have time limits. Then there is the added bonus of he may not notice, and if he does notice he might never get back around to seeing if he has further recourse. The people with poor character and no integrity that do this kind of dishonest crap are generally lazy. I gotta make sure I give them every opportunity to just give up.