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I've got an iPhone 2G, and I put it up on eBay to sell it so I can get an iPhone 3GS, since a jailbroken 2G goes for roughly the same as a new 3GS.
It sold today. Here's the issue: the buyer has zero feedback. I've bought and sold lots on eBay without having any trouble, but I've heard plenty of horror stories and having zero feedback is throwing up some warning flags.
My question to you guys: should I go ahead with the deal, or just try to refund him and restart the auction? If I do ship it off to him, what can I do to minimize my risk? Obviously I would ship with delivery confirmation, as well as transfer all money out of my PayPal account and remove all bank accounts/credit cards associated with it, but is there anything else he or PayPal could conceivably do to me if he tries to screw me over?