I have bought and sold lots of items on Reverb over the years. I have thought of it as a great way to get in touch with a huge market of buyers/sellers, and an easy way to buy/sell used stuff as a cost-saving alternative to buying everything new, then taking a huge loss on a store trade-in. I have made several dozen transactions, every single one perfect. But lately my luck has run out. I had a little recent burst of sales activity, and 5 out of 7 deals ended up being a P.I.T.A. One guy put up a big stink that the used guitar I sold him was not in perfect condition. (It was in outstanding used condition, accurately described, and I sold it for a price far below market value). Without going into the details of what ensued, let's just say it escalated beyond reason, and was a royal pain. Another guy complained that an amp I sold him lacked certain bonus features that came with it brand new. Some kind of login/download code for something I never heard of. I was not even the original owner of the amp, and didn't even know what he was talking about. The amp itself was in perfect immaculate flawless condition, and accurately described in my listing. He left me a bad review. The third guy was literally a lunatic. Through messages, we agreed on a price way below my asking price. When I formally offered that price, he declined it. Then he offered me $50 less than that, which I of course declined. The he got mad at me, but finally agreed to pay the original agreed-upon price. Made him another formal offer again, which he ignored. By this time some other buyer bought my item. Then the first guy got furious that I sold it, sending me vulgar messages swearing and calling me all kinds of names. The fourth item, a guy bought it on a Thursday, and I shipped it the same day. First thing Monday morning, he starts sending me messages asking where it is and why hasn't the post office updated it's tracking status. I checked the tracking myself, which stated the item was due to arrive to him that day. The guy kept on complaining that he was worried and wants to know where the item is. How the hell do I know???? Last story. I bought one thing, a tube head. As the UPS guy is getting it out of the truck he drops it. Literally drops it on the ground, from a height of about 4 feet. Get it inside, check it out, thankfully everything is fine, it works perfectly. Whew. Two weeks later, guess what? It doesn't work. Blows a fuse every time I turn it on. Coincidence? All these years I have been a big proponent of buying used, since it's easy to try things out, and get your money back when you re-sell. But I do understand why some people do not have the patience for all the aggravation that comes with it. Up until now I was batting 1.000. But man I'm on a losing streak. Guess it's my turn to suffer. I need a break.