Utah - I went to a yard sale that I saw online. I paid $400 for a shed. Seller indicated that this shed would be easy to take apart. I left so that I could talk to a friend about moving the shed to my home. He said it is NOT easy to take apart and would need to be moved intact. I contacted a moving company and they looked at my property...there was no way to get the shed into my backyard. I went back to the seller's home less than one hour later to basically beg for my money back. She said that she had turned down a "dozen" people in that hour. She said she would keep it online as available and if someone else bought it she would return my $400. She also said that if it didn't sell she would split the difference with me. She was moving out of the home and needed everything gone by 3:00 pm the following day. I kept in contact with her constantly. I figured worst case scenario is that I would lose $200. Now she is saying that she had to pay $385 to have someone tear the shed down and she threw it away. She is not the owner of the property anymore and the shed is gone. If I had known that she wouldn't keep her word on the $200 I would've torn the thing down myself to at least have the property I paid for. I'm thinking about filing a police report today so that it will be documented. Do I have a case for a civil suit? Or am I out $400 with no product?