I put a cheeky bid in for a bike in Bristol a couple of weeks ago, and won. It sold for way less than I expected it to. There have been some delays with communications between me and the seller. I'm always cautious that there are a lot of stolen bikes on eBay and don't want to get my hands burnt. The seller emailed me last week and suggested meeting in a pub car park to exchange. I replied, saying that I'd rather come to an address. He has no contact details on eBay. More delays (I'm saying this because part of me wonders whether he's hoping it will fall through), then he replies saying that he doesn't do exchanges at home as he's had a bad experience, and asking why I want to go to his address. It's awkward now. I'm not making any assumptions, but it's difficult communicating with what could be a legitimate ebay seller about suspicions that the bike might be stolen. It might not be, I'm at the point where I'm happy to let it drop, and think if he auctioned it again he'd get a much better price. I don't want things to get messy and would rather just leave it. Thoughts?