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Re: Plant disaster/ups versus usps

Most interesting, Kitty...wonder if it is their scales, but I also
see additional charges with UPS for 'stuff'...fuel surcharges and
whatnot...with USPS, could be a scale difference.   Wonder if there's
anybody checking their scales?  Of course, if they are gonna err, it
will be in making packages a tad heavier than a tad lighter:-)

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> From: Kitty <kmrsy@comcast.net>
> I used the UPS website frequently at my previous job and it was
always right
> on the money.  More recently I have used the Post Office for ebay
sales and
> their rates were identical to what I'm charged.  The only
difference is the
> weight.  For some reason, their scales always weigh the item
heavier than
> either of my scales at home - and one of those is a balance beam
with 1/4
> pound increments.

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