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Hi Guys. :D
I need an information about cost shipping.
I have bought a keyboard from US for my laptop, and the seller ask me 19 $ for the shipping, using Usps parcel post, and said me that there this service do not give a tracking number.
i have bought a lot of things, from US and i have always received a tracking number with whom follow the item during the shipping.
What do you think, about this seller, he said me the truth??? :(

many thanks.

Luca.
 

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USPS stands for United States Parcel Post and as far as I know they don't have a tracking system like UPS or FedEx. I, generally, try to get stuff sent to me by USPS as they are much cheaper to deal with than UPS is, but that is to Canada rather than Italy.
 

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No real tracking service for the Postal Service. You can get a delivery confirmation added to the package but that's about it.

Good luck with your item and hope you get it quickly.

edit===you can go to http://www.usps.com and see the rates and stuff.
 

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thanks at all.
I always receive my item using EMS (Express Mail Service).
i don't know why, but a seller use EMS like a service of USPS, and another use US Air Mail.
The strange things is that i pay always the same for this two different service.
 

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Luca,

If the shipper was to use Global Express Mail or Global Express Guaranteed through the US Post Office, he could provide you a tracking number for the package. Either one of those options would be more expensive and the shipper may pass that cost on to you.
 

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Ok, i know about shipping cost.
But why a seller sent me an item using EMS, and another using US Post Office, but i pay the same money???
i'm afraid that who sent me items with US Post Office, may be, not a serious sellers. :(
 

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A lot of sellers (espically on eBay) have started using shipping charges to pad in additional profit. That's one of the first things I look at when dealing with a vendor. A deal isn't a good one if you pay too much for shipping.
 
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