On a whim I was looking at motomummy.com and saw that they had stomp grips for $50US. They have a "check delivery charge" option on their shopping cart page and so I put my details in and it said zero delivery. Sweet. That's a helluva bargain. I proceed with the sale, put in my details, create an account and chose the Paypal payment option. I should have looked a little closer before progressing... when I landed on the paypal page I noted a higher price than I recalled and there's no option at paypal to refuse the payment. When I got sent back to the site for step four which is the "confirm and submit" step, I saw a separate $30 delivery charge. Motomummy have a flat $30 overseas charge - pretty reasonable if you buy multiple items. The charge is posted in their FAQ's - I didn't see that till later. As far as I was concerned, THEIR shopping software told me zero bucks delivery to Melbourne, Australia. Instead of confirming, I immediately backed out of the shopping cart and sent them a friendly email query what was going to happen. I fully expected they'd acknowledge the site error and reverse the transaction. That's NOT what's happened so far. Here's the email conversation. = = = = = = = <So I went looking for other stuff... they do NOT have anything for a 2002 ZX9R... not even suitable brake pads... I sent a separate inquiry about brake pads and this was the response: I'm sorry, but we don't sell any for your model at this time. We are in the middle of changing shopping carts as well so we can't add them. They will be on our new cart in a few weeks though. Sorry. Corey MotoMummy Staff> <Now I'm pissed off> = = = = = = So basically, there's no proof of the order, nothing in my motomummy order history but they've taken my money. That's fraud. Let's see what happens. .