Several days ago I bought a guitar from a private seller via eBay. I paid the Seller using PayPal. The Seller shipped the guitar and it arrived at my place safely yesterday. Today, however, I got multiple urgent-sounding email messages, plus a voicemail on my cell phone, from the Seller, saying that he has been involved in an ongoing dispute with the PayPal folks, as a result of which they appeared to be on the verge of freezing or otherwise laying claim to all of the funds in his PayPal account. So, he had hauled off and REFUNDED the money (appx. $300.00) that I had paid him, back to MY PayPal account, and is now asking that I pay that money over to him, by some method OTHER than PayPal. I checked my PayPal account online, and it does indeed appear that the $300.00 has been refunded to my PayPal account. The Seller states that he was given my email address and phone number by PayPal; somehow that doesn't ring true, but maybe that's not uncommon. This whole situation feels "off" somehow. I feel as though, if I go ahead and pay the "refunded" money back over to the Seller by a method other than PayPal, as he is requesting, that I might be accused of being "complicit" in him beating PayPal out of the money which they claim he owes to them. In other words, I'm suddenly in the middle of somebody else's dispute, and not liking it, and not sure if there's something weird going on here or not! Am I right to be concerned?