USPS accepted my package with ebay label but charged buyer $8.12 insufficient postage. before shipping, we [postmaster and i] checked with larger post office as i had accidently put item in a flat rate box. USPS had postmaster mark out all the flat rate info and accepted the box as is. is this a USPS claim? do i owe the buyer the extra postage? even with the flat rate cost, the box still should not have needed that much more postage. buyer accused me of sending it postage due and was rude and opened claim before i even had proof of his claim. i finally received proof of the error, but not my error but the USPS. what to do?
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