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UPS "negotiated" rate vs published rate

Thread began 7/06/2009 7:48 pm by grantr281040 | Last modified 7/29/2009 2:05 pm by grantr281040 | 3920 views | 4 replies

grantr281040

UPS "negotiated" rate vs published rate

Hi there!

I went through the UPS shipping wizard in ecart and set everything up and it works great except.... it returns the "published" rate instead of my account's "negotiated" discount rate. Because I want to pass my savings onto my clients, I want to return the negotiated rate.

I talked to UPS and they said...

please make sure the following elements are in your XML Rate Request:

1. Your UPS shipper number must be listed under the Shipper canister.
2. The ShipTo canister must contain the State/Providence code.
3. The ShipFrom canister must contain the State/Providence code.
4. The NegotiatedRatesIndicator element must be in the RateInformation canister.

Items 1 2 & 3 appear to be addressed in the wizard. However, I'm not sure how or where to incorporate #4.

Anybody ever run accross this one?

Thanks,

Grant
Grant

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