kevliken contacted me through a PM as I had a WTB thread for various parts. He sold me a new in box i5 2500k for $165 through paypal. He shipped first, which was a little weird, his heatware address (Clem, NC) was different than his shipping from address (Tracking showed Illinois), again, weird, but he did put up his name in the aliases in heatware. I paid up before the package arrived as he had higher heat than me, and a few recent transactions for i5 2500k processors. I later check paypal and find his address is listed as non-US Verified. The CPU arrives next day overnight shipping (Friday) from Buy.com. The packing slip just shows it was overnighted to my address and not much else. Ok, fairly weird again, but maybe he had buy.com reward points and wanted a way to cash out? All seemed to be said and done. Then Monday hits, I had several items ordered from Newegg, one of them I open up and it has a New in Box i5 2500k. I definately did not order this, and the billing address on the packing slip is from someone in Florida. Either Newegg sent me someone else's order, which I doubt, or something fishy as hell is going on. kevliken later contacts me that night asking if I got another processor. So now I know it's linked to him. at that point it was late and I went to bed. This morning I find a Fedex package shipped to my address on my doorstep, inside is a Geforce 560ti overnight shipped from Buy.com. I have not contacted kevliken back about the extra 2500k or the 560ti. Given what I know so far, I can't imagine this being legitimate business. The little voice in the back of my head says this may be some kind of Credit Card Fraud or Money Laundering Scheme? I need help and suggestions on what to do.