Re: What if postage is twice what was figured at time of bidding?
Jan 8, 2013 10:18 AM
The buyer is responsible for paying only what was in the listing. If you miscalculated the shipping cost, you will have to eat the difference, as it is a violation for you to ask for more. Next time, carefully weigh and measure your package before you list so you can provide accurate shipping costs in the listing.
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