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How do Shipping Charge Corrections display in the Flat File Bill, and what weights are used?
Charges for Shipping Charge Corrections are detailed in rows showing SCC in the Transaction Code field. The shipper-entered weight is shown in the Actual Weight field and the UPS-audited weight in the Billed Weight field. The amount shown in the Net Charges field represents the difference between the original transportation charges based on the shipper-entered weight and the new transportation charges based on the UPS-audited weight.

If a dimensional weight scan triggered the correction, this will be shown in the Dimensional Weight column with a Y.

Shipping Charge Corrections are also provided for UPS Hundredweight service and Consignee Billing (CBS) shipments and use the same date and time stamp mechanism outlined above.

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