I paid around 65% or something crazy last time I bought clothes and had it sent through Aramex.
It's a good idea to double check the amount charged. On my last order there were extra duties added that shouldn't have been.
I only know of Buyee for Japan https://buyee.jp/?lang=en.
I've sent things with both AGS and EMS. Both arrived every time but Aramex was quicker and not that expensive when everything was sent together.
I would contact the shop. With US customer service culture they're much more likely than Aramex to help you out. Wouldn't be surprised if they offered you a full refund even if it isn't entirely their fault. I can also see how some extra pressure in the wrong place could cause this to happen. I...
I was wondering maybe you were buying from .co.uk or somewhere other and the US site.
I've always had it sent directly from amazon. The last thing I ordered was an electric shaver and I swear it arrived in 2 days and I didn't choose faster shipping. My sister ordered a Point of sale iPad stand...
I had some books I ordered from a shop in Germany sent with AGS and they overcharged me for duties. I queried it and they responded by sending a PDF invoice with the updated amount and asked me to pay by EFT, however they didn't include bank details. I replied asking for them, to no response...
I agree - it should be easier to easily see what I've bought and sold and when I did it.
Another thing I don't like is that price charts only start from when a stock or product is added to the platform, which I then have search google for.
It has been very easy to make money in the past year. I've bought a bunch of hyped stocks (NIO, XPENG, LMND etc.), and sold them when they reached over 100%, and they've mostly still gone up a lot after that. I can't say that I've really done my due diligence or have major conviction.