Well, finally, something new to deal with! I had 4 packages to ship today, one had to go UPS to guarantee delivery in California 3 day (no, not a photographic thing), so I decided to ship my other 3 outgoing packages, yes, a big ship day! Well, 1 package was photographic, but I am not at liberty to say to who or what. Anyway, when the clerk quoted my invoice tix amount of $101 and change, I thought dang, something sure cost more than I thought based on what rates you were reading me. Yes, the 50 feet speaker cables going to California were half of it (50.00) but then 3 other fairly small boxes, even if many $ involved total. Anyway, it was a rush, a line behind me, a clerk that took forever, so I left without really questioning it. I started to look at my ticket, but got side tracked calling a customer on my cell. Tonight I was looking up some tracking numbers and found another shipper's name, another ship to's name, that I have nothing to do with! In fact, my amount WAS high as I aniticipated, by $12.40. When I questioned the amount, the agent should have found it... but Just weird, how does someone else's ticket get into my order when no-one else used the register. UNLESS, he never totaled someone's order, and let them skate free? But it was at the bottom of my ticket, even more confusing. I have to call tomorrow morning to get it squared away, hopefully without a return trip. Moral of the story? Watch your invoices when shipping multiple packages or you may pay for someone else's shipment! This was not at a UPS store, this was at a main processing center.