Shane will see what options she can find for you.
To clear up your other question, 3 shipments a month for the basic pack essentially limits you to just 3 orders a month. You can of course process as many items as you want in a single order, but the stock can only be sent to a single address. So when a customer makes a purchase, that's counted as a single transaction when you process it (no matter how many items are in that single order).
So you're limited to just 3 of those transactions per month. So you'll only be able to process the first 3 of your orders with them on the basic pack. It's really designed to just let you test out their service and decide if you are happy to then open a full account with them to proceed.
It is becoming very common for dropshippers to now charge some sort of accounting fees. Some charge a one off annual fee, others a monthly fee, they all have their own different structures, but you'll find most, certainly most of the larger suppliers, will have some sort of account fees in place now.
That in itself shouldn't automatically put you off, you should just weigh up all the pros and cons with any suppliers. For example, yes, and account fee would be a con, but then does that give you access to cheaper prices over another supplier you could use with no account fee, but who has more expensive items, which could then be considered a con.
It's never black and white, my advice is to always weigh everything up between potential suppliers and then make the decision that best suits you.