That's right! Jennifer can only charge the actual amount it costs to package and ship the item. A small handling fee may also be applied for the amount of time spent packaging and preparing the item for shipment. However, any additional fees associated with printing supplies, the cost of gas, or the amount of time spent waiting in line at the post office should be built into the starting price of the listing. Such fees are associated with the cost of doing business, and are not considered part of the handling fee. Jennifer is not permitted to include the cost of business in the shipping and handling charges, since this is a form of fee circumvention and can be misleading to buyers.
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