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From: Kristin from East Texas (
Subject:         Re: Paypal shipping
Date: May 31, 2006 at 4:44 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: Paypal shipping posted by Mamacita on May 31, 2006 at 2:42 pm:

Thats what I am saying. Those Delivery Confirmation from electronic sources, even the post office's own site, they do not confirm if you drop it off only that they deliveryed it.

So say you drop off a package and it makes it. DC works fine. You have confirmation that it was delivered. Which is the way it happens most of the time, no problem.

However, if you use an electronic service (Any electronic service) to print your postage and it gets lost in the mail,you have no proof of mailing. Paypal will take the buyers side because you have no proof of actually dropping off a package. From talking to my local post office, it doesn't sound like they will honor insurance if it gets lost because you can't prove you mailed it.

Now paypal said if you follow their seller protection you can.
You have to a business account, they don't protect personal accounts
Which means you can only send to a confirmed address (which means that person has to give their credit card number and some people don't like to do that or don't have one and have only reg. their bank account)

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