Ive seen this several times in the marketplace. Someone will buy an item, and then sell it on the marketplace for whatever reason, but instead of listing it at market price+shipping to you, they list it as market price+their shipping costs+new shipping costs. Should sellers be allowed to do that? Even if they're just trying to get back what they paid? My opinion is no. I dont believe a second/third/whatever buyer should have to refund the seller's original shipping costs. I think that if a seller is trying to gain back what they spent, they could do that for the item, but shipping costs are theirs to eat. Ex: >>Somebody buys something from a shop for $10 and $5 shipping >>Thats $15 total. >>Then for whatever reason, they sell the item >> Instead of listing it at $10+ shipping to wherever >>It becomes $15+shipping to wherever. >> And so on and so forth until the item gets way overpriced for what it is. Opinions?