USPS re-shippment

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May 17, 2020
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Recently moved from another town and back. Being charged $10.90 to collect package. Already got free shipping with company. Doesn't make sense if package was forwarded.

Can I dispute with my bank if pay.
 
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Recently moved from another town and back. Being charged $10.90 to collect package. Already got free shipping with company. Doesn't make sense if package was forwarded.

Can I dispute with my bank if pay.
Based on how little information is provided, the only safe answer is no. You cannot voluntarily enter into a credit card transaction intending to dispute it.
 
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Mar 25, 2015
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If I am reading this correctly.

1. you placed an order, GIVING THE COMPANY your address.

2. you moved to a NEW address

3. your item arrived at your previous address because 'free shipping' means it took 2-4 weeks.

The company did nothing wrong. and it's USPS's policy to charge $$ for forwarding packages.
 

jsn55

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Recently moved from another town and back. Being charged $10.90 to collect package. Already got free shipping with company. Doesn't make sense if package was forwarded.

Can I dispute with my bank if pay.
You think that UPS (a private for-profit company, they deliver packages) should handle delivering a package without charge? Or do you believe they're charging too much? Is it UPS ground or overnight delivery? Your dispute idea is fraud.
 
Jul 13, 2020
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I am pretty sure you can drive back to your old area and pick the package up at the post office. Just contact them and let them know you will be picking it up in person and when. This will save you those fees.