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I am quite new here and doing a bit of shopping. While this doesn't bother me and I am still going to order the item. I came across a T-Shirt that i liked. The price was $25.99 or best offer. I made my offer and the seller counterfeited. I notified the seller stating i am going to accept the offer. However, i just had a general question. The seller had it listed as $7 shipping for a T-shirt. When i asked about this they replied stating it was to be for shipping as well as their eBay/PayPal seller fees they were going to get charged. Is this even allowed in eBay's policy? Can sellers just increase shipping prices by adding their seller fees into it? Sounds a bit malicious.