but a little shaky wondering if anything could go wrong with that
kind of shipping... She is more concerned with actually getting
I am assuming that you are refering to COD services via the US
I have used it several times. You can get postal insurance along
with the COD service. You will have to pay for all of the Postal
Services "Up-Front" including the COD Service.
The package will be sent to the addresee and will not be delivered
physically to them unless they pay the amount YOU specified in the
COD paper work. You should include the value of your Invoice, the
postal charges, Insurance charges and the COD charges.
The addressee has two options for paying. They can pay the USPS the
amount specified by YOU and then you get paid by the USPS, or they
can supply a check to the postal carrier and then the USPS sends the
check to your return address.
The only risk here is that the addressee does not accept the package
and you are out for all of the postal charges, Insurance charges and
the COD charges (the package will be returned to you).. or the
buyer's supplied check is not good, but then you usually have legal
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