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Can the post office print shipping labels for me??
Posts: 17
Registered: ‎03-23-2012

Hi im new to eaby and i sold an item... The whole process been fine so far but I was wondering can i print out the shipping label at the post office because I don't have a printer..

 

If so when going to the post office do i write my address and the buyers address on a piece of papper and how much would it cost for them to do all this?

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Community Member
Posts: 4,629
Registered: ‎07-06-2004
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in reply to meerez7

No.

 

Hand write your label, attach it to the package, then go to the post office and purchase postage.


Note that you'll pay a higher rate than you do online.

Upper right corner on this page, click 'customer support'. Type your question into the input box, and click the 'search' button.

This will answer 99% of all questions posted on this board.
october_paws
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Posts: 2,504
Registered: ‎06-21-2007
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in reply to meerez7

You write the address info then Post office Clerk will do all. It will be cheaper if you buy online postage instead. They are alot of wholesale printers where you can get pretty cheap or at local  Surplus store as well.

whiskertail
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Posts: 4,470
Registered: ‎12-04-2008
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in reply to meerez7

Do you have a public library nearby with internet access and a printer?  Try that.