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Review:USPS should be it's main carrier and you should be able to print USPS postage but they are requiring additional monthly payment to print USPS labels. Not worth your time unless you only ship FEDEX.
Review:Keep getting that plugin is not installed when selecting from inside eBay Your Apps. The shipping data is present and when you select to ship the Plugin missing message appears and of course there is not a link to when you get the plugin, other than that you need it. Seriously !!! ShipRush web site and forum is terrible for any help. Desktop App. locks up and Task Manager is required to end.
It doesn't work with Mac. Took two days to figure it out.
by: Review created: Jan 29, 2013
3 of 4 people found this review helpful
Review:I activated this app with high hopes that I could simplify all my shipping tasks. Especially Fedex since Ebay has no labeling capability with Fedex. After two days of trying to get the app to work and emailing the tech support people, they finally let me know that they have nothing for Mac users. Go figure, in the 21st century people are still ignoring Mac users.