Hello everyone, I have a strange question....I do not know if you are aware of the app called "Poshmark" but it is an app where you can sell your gently used and new clothing items to people....kind of like eBay I guess. Well I "traded" items with a lady (so we wouldn't have to pay money for them), I gave her Lilly Pulitzer items in exchange for Lularoe items from her). When she received them, she claimed that the Lilly items were not described correctly and that I would need to pay her $300 because of it ($80 MORE than what she was asking on the Poshmark app). She sent me my items back, and I told her that I would pay her for the three Lularoe items that I had already given to my mother, and send her the rest of her items back to be fair. She told me she does not accept that. That I have to either send it all back or pay the $300. "All or nothing". Well, I do not have the $300 readily available to send (nor am I willing to send it to her even if I had it because we didn't agree to that), and I can't send everything back as my mother already has 3 of the items. She is claiming she is going to take "legal action" against me if I don't pay the full $300 to her. I was curious if she could ACTUALLY do that because it was an online transaction, and she lives in VA and I live in NC. I am willing to pay what she was asking on Poshmark for the 3 items my mom has, and send her the rest back but she says she will not accept that. Just curious if she could actually "sue" me, and if she did, would it even be worth it on her part. Poshmark has already marked the transaction as "resolved". And via our text messages, there was no agreement to pay for the things if she didn't like what was sent to her. Any advice or input is greatly accepted. I am pretty sure she can't do anything, but just wanted to see what other had to say! Lol!