If you see an order listed in your E-junkie Transaction Log, that confirms our system DID process the sale for you, including issuing any relevant download links, sending order data to a custom/third-party URL if you have that configured, etc. Only if we determine that the product price itself paid during checkout does not match the product's current price, then we would not process the sale at all and instead notify you of that potential fraud, so you can compare the order and payment details and decide how to handle the situation yourself.
If we only detect a mismatch between the shipping destination selected in the cart vs. the address given during checkout, our system DOES process the sale, including issuing any relevant download links. We merely add a warning to your Sale Notification email about this mismatch, so before you actually ship out any tangible goods for the order, you can look at the actual shipping address given and compare the shipping fee charged to make sure you haven't been underpaid for shipping to that destination.
Normally, shipping can be automatically recalculated at checkout when a different address is provided there, so this sort of destination-mismatch would only happen in case an Internet routing/connection glitch meant Google or PayPal server was temporarily unable to contact our server to perform the recalculation at the moment of checkout.