I suspect most sellers have had experience with the post office not scanning electronically generated delivery confirmation codes, especially on the drop off. The other day I took my package into the post office, lined up and specifically asked that they scan the label for me because I wanted the buyer to see that I have dropped off the package to the PO. The guy behind the counter told me that they don't do that for electronic labels , only the bright green ones that you have to pay extra for. It was explained to me that that's why the electronic labels cost less (well it's free), because of the reduced work load. Is this really true?