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  1. I managed to get a job lot of Madcap Parts including a shocks and a shell (the bits I need) on eBay BUT (there has to be one with me of late an eBay!!!!!) the seller came back to me saying the postage was £17 and they only allowed £10 on their listing. mmmmmm, my helpful answer was who are you sending it with? Try Parcelforce 48H as I sent a Traxxas T Maxx (massive nitro monster truck) tracked signed for with £100 insurance for £16 - If you drop it off at any postoffice. The reply was DPD. I have not replied and they have still not posted it 5 days later!!!!! Its not really my problem that they undervalued the postage, its theirs. BUT I do still want the parts. What would you do? They are a vintage seller who specialises in cloths. So surely they know how the "game" of auctions work?