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In 2008, I purchased the Your Baby Can Read program from someone on Ebay for $125.00 (my oldest daughter was almost 2 and my youngest was in utero). Earlier this year, when my youngest turned 3, I decided I would no longer be needing the program and instead of throwing it away, I re-listed it on Ebay to try and recoup a little bit of my money. I initially listed it for $75.00, then dropped the price to $60 and then to $50 at which time it sold. Shortly after the item was delivered, I received an email from the buyer stating the item was "copied," that she wanted a refund and that she had contacted "Your Baby Can Read." If the item was, in fact copied, I certainly did not know it - what are the possible ramifications of this situation for me?I have already refunded the buyer's money but now she is not communicating with me. It is doubtful I will ever get the DVD's back. I can no longer prove who I received the item from. Ebay does not keep transaction records back that far. PayPal does, however and I have figured out which PayPal transaction was the one where I purchased this item, but PayPal does not appear to have information concerning what was purchased. So, I have the information, I know who I purchased it from, but may not have sufficient proof for them to go after the person who sold it to me.