After you did one with paypal you will see how easy it is. Delivery Confirmation is already included. No waiting at the post office to calculate postage. Here is what I did when I printed my packing slips, and I didn't use a postal scale. 1 coin with packing material = 2 ounces or .77 cents shipping. Add .24 cents shipping for each additional coin mailed.
1 coin = .77
2 coins = 1.01
3 coins = 1.25
4 coins = 1.49
and so on......
I did mine this way and I didn't have anything returned for postage due.
Why do it thru paypal?
1. delivery confirmation included at only .14 cents
2. customer receives notice that the coins are being shipped.
3. Saves alot of time at the post office...just drop everything off.
4. self protection if someone claims not to have received the item
you now have a valid tracking number. If someone files a dispute
with paypal that they never received an item they paid for, you have
to produce a tracking number or refund the money. That is the only
proof that paypal will accept. You don't have a tracking number?
Then you need to send another coin out or refund the buyer.
But most people are honest arent they?
I won't spend the time sending everyone tracking numbers for the package, however you have them if you need them.
I usually print out the packing slips a day or two before I know the coins are arriving. That way you can have all the envelopes ready to go when you get the coins. Just stuff em' and drop em' off at the Post office.