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Hi. Any time you buy anything, you should always get a receipt. Failing that, as many people don't get a receipt when it's not a business you're buying it from, if you have any text history between you and the person you bought it from or anything else in writing, this is what you would present to the Police. If there is nothing at all that you have in writing, you will need to follow the instructions by the Police, make a statement with them stating you made this transaction in good faith. If the end result is that the Police charge you, you can access the Aussie Legal "Find A Lawyer" section on this website and get in touch with one of the lawyers to help you through the next stage.