USPS International / Stamps.com /Shipstation - False Advertising
If you are using Stamps.com & Shipstation, the service "USPS International" is not actually USPS international. It's a service from GlobalPost a 3rd party shipping carrier.
The label you get from Shipstation will not be a USPS label, and the handling party is not USPS as if you had bought an international label from USPS.
The rates are also not the same as USPS international rates.
Shipstation should accurately describe this service as such in their UI as a GlobalPost service and should provide a different option to actually use USPS International. They should also make some amends to customers that were mislead by this situation.
Apliiq Customer Service Apliiq Inc commented
Also, please note, this was not always the case. Previously you could get a USPS international label and shipment from this integration. The change was made on stamps.com side, but hasn't been handled or communicated well to Shipstation users.
If you print a label with an international shipment and don't see your customers name on the label, you've been Globalpost'd.