quote:Originally posted by cakethings:
I don't want to beat a dead horse here, but I certainly don't think that charging for delivery confirmation is fee avoidance.
Oh, no, not at all. You must cover your actual expenses, more or less. I've recently started paying for shipping through PayPal and PayPal automatically charges 0.14 for Delivery Confirmation. I like having DC on every shipment so I've upped my shipping charges to make the difference. It's an extra 0.15 (I rounded up), which is nothing. And all of my customers who buy multiple things will only pay the 0.15 once on their combined invoice.
Point being, there's a huge difference between legitimate shipping fees and fee avoidance and many people can immediately see it.