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    SHUTL RIP OFF

    I hope this is in the wrong section.
    Has Anyone used SHUTL to send an item on ebay. I sold an item for £24 and been billed twice totaling £19 have I entered into a carefully worded contract, or just been ripped off!!

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    Well, it's easy to decide with the comprehensive description of the process that you've provided. Someone should be along with the definitive answer any time now...
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    I use it all the time and it's been problem free.

    It may just be a glitch, I would just go through the process, it will probably take a while but it's not life changing money your waiting for.

    James
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesim1 View Post
    I use it all the time and it's been problem free.

    It may just be a glitch, I would just go through the process, it will probably take a while but it's not life changing money your waiting for.

    James
    Yep agreed not a lot of money, the main concern was had I entered into a fixed fee contract.
    Judging by the replies seems it may be a glitch, Paypal now sorting it
    Cheers chaps.

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