I have no idea what the issue here is. They don't have suggested prepaid shipping labels, unless you're using flat rate. In which case, it didn't matter how much it weighed, unless you're shipping gold or lead bars.
And if you knew it was too heavy, then you could have weighed it yourself and put the weight into eBay's label maker and had the correct postage, and voided the wrong one.
So I can't figure out what the actual beef is.
The fact that postal people don't look at the shit they're dealing with.
I know for a damn fact I once had a package that had incorrect postage and if they had looked and saw that it was an eBay label they would have done the necessary protocol which would have resulted in ME getting the bill for the actual cost. Instead the ingrate at the sorting facility just forwarded it to the buyer then they had to incur the charge. The PO notified me of this ahead of them so thankfully I did a partial refund to the buyer so I didn't get hit with an angry message later but the entire ordeal could have been avoided had they done what they do any other time and that's bill the sender not the receiver. It's just morons not caring or looking at shit like they're supposed to.
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