By now, you’ve probably heard that shipping packages to Amazon takes more time than shipping them to your local grocer.
You can see this by looking at the average delivery time from the grocery store to the Amazon warehouse, and it can be even longer for packages going to your house.
FedEx charges an additional fee for the delivery of packages on its own, but there’s nothing stopping Amazon from charging the same or a much higher fee for their own delivery services.
FedEx and UPS are not the only ones who charge a shipping charge for their packages.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has said that the fees charged by some companies, such as FedEx and Amazon, are unlawful.
These fees can amount to up to $1,000 per package.
Amazon, meanwhile, has said it won’t collect any fees from its customers.
The FTC has also issued a letter to Amazon and FedEx asking them to remove fees from Amazon packages.
FedEx spokesperson Sarah Schuster told Fortune that the company was not able to remove the fees because they were based on an outdated, outdated law.
Amazon did not respond to a request for comment.
Amazon is still one of the most profitable companies in the United States.
In 2014, it was reported that Amazon made $11.6 billion in sales and made $37 billion in profit.
That means that it would be difficult to make any money off of the cost of Amazon’s shipping charges.
Amazon has also said that it’s not going to raise prices on packages because it is already shipping more than Amazon has sold.
Amazon also said it will not raise shipping charges on orders unless there are problems with its products.
The company has also been making changes to its shipping system, and some customers have been complaining that they’re getting poorer service.
The new pricing scheme may not change the way Amazon handles its own shipping charges, but it could help make things easier for customers.