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Originally Posted by Star
morgainesmama, I don't think there is anything wrong with that. At least you aren't doing the opposite of that - Don't get me started on when I paid $2 for something on ebay, and the seller wrote down it's retail value of $30, and I had to pay $12 in shipping. :
Originally Posted by gardenmom
Can't you just refuse an item if it's mismarked like that? Or bring your paypal invoice somewhere to prove what you really paid for it before paying the tax?
We've had customers refuse packages, as long as they're unopened (US destinations, not CAN)...
Mom to DS(14), DS(12), DD(9), DS(6), DS (4), and DS(2)
|legally you should not be calling it a gift or present anyhow since that's mail fraud.|
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