So, let me get this straight, since my company is performing well enough
to start negotiating rates directly with carriers such as UPS and DHL to
achieve better rates than what ShipStation by default provides, I am now
going to be penalized for this ...
@sajeed, We agree. This is anti-competitive practice and we suggest you
join in along with numerous other users in sending a letter to the FTC
hotline. Here is a boilerplate template @shipping54 drafted earlier
today. Their email is: firstname.lastname@example.org...
No, the point is, that this can reach a class action status since it IS
so anti-competitive. The $160 a month increase is what it is. It sucks
but, when you account for the thousands of customers this impacts and
how it impacts the business of the UP...
I strongly suggest contacting your attorney and your carrier account
manager. This appears to be in direct violation of section 5 of the FTC
anti-competitive practices. Users are being forced to leverage
ShipStations included services for which they ...
I strongly suggest that you talk to your attorney, and notify your
carrier account managers. This is clearly anti-competitive practice
designed to force users into paying more for a service that was
previously free or leverage a service that ShipStat...