As a buyer do you know how much a item costs to post

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Like all women we all like to buy clothes shoes and handbags on Ebay esp bargains. Since becoming a seller I have a very clear understanding of just how much a item will cost to post. I purchase my packaging in bulk and no just how much items can cost. Also buying from Asda is cheap and does not cost £1.50 for a bag, absolute nonsense. For this reason  I despise excessive charging for packaging. it appears to me that Ebay do not really care. Thy say we should contact the perpetrators though all we get is abuse. We report it too Ebay and the listing is still there 5 days later and is never removed. Months later these sellers are still charging excessive charges.

Most clothes usually weigh between the 0-750 G category and only cost £2.20 to post second class and £2.70 first class. What bugs me is when they have the cheek to charge £4.00, right up to £6.00 because they can. There are some items that do go slightly into the next weight category of 751-1000 G

SELLERS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO CHARGE P+P FOR TIME, PETROL, OR PAYPAL CHARGES. only postage and fair packaging costs.

I want to buy clothes and shoes on eBay but at a fair postage price. Ebay need to have tighter controls on charges. I suggest sellers are allowed to charge an reasonable amount for packaging costs dependenat on the item and need to input weight of item on listing and if it does not match up when you receive then you can claim back funds. 

If you agree with this I kindly ask that you click YES and also leave negative feedback for greedy sellers who charge excessive packaging. 
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