Does anyone know the name of a good attorney who has experience wrangling deadbeat sellers on ebay? I bought a 2004 Jimmy Page (Tom Murphy aged) Les Paul on ebay on Thanksgiving, nearly 2 weeks ago. I paid the guy via bank to bank wire the following day. I have been told by his bank and my bank that it cleared that day. His terms for the deal in the auction state that he will ship as soon as the payment clears. Apparently that does not hold true. He is 1-2 days delayed in replying to emails. He gave me two phone numbers; both go straight to voice mail. One of them is the number on file with ebay. And he won't return any calls. He did call me once - a week after I bought it - right after I threatened action against him. His feedback is perfect with nearly 500 feedback score. He has recently sold a few other guitars / items. I contacted a few people who left him feedback & nobody had any trouble. He told me he is going through a divorce and has been real busy and is out of town. Said he would ship the guitar via UPS overnight when he gets back Monday (today). Got an email this morning at 11:30 stating that he was flying back in 30 minutes (flight is not long from where he is coming from). Said he would go to the bank to get the guitar out of a vault, then ship the guitar today. I have not heard back from him. Called both of his phone numbers & left messages. Did not respond to any emails. I opened a case with ebay. I think I may need to hire an attorney. Anyone know someone good? Any other advice?