Sweet! That's music to my ears! (Well... eyes, anyway) The tracking information I gave you hadn't been updated beyond "acceptance", and I was wondering how the package would look upon arrival -- First-Class kinda scares me. That's pretty sweet though, it only took 7 days from here to there! (:
// Next and every time, however, I'm shipping Priority. (As long as the items are within the size of 3 DVD cases.)
// I'll continue to explore my shipping options to see if I can save everyone some extra cash. I think the price is a little steep, but there's bound to be some alternative!
Last Edit: Feb 12, 2009 6:44:43 GMT -5 by Unsavory
Sweet! That's music to my ears! (Well... eyes, anyway) The tracking information I gave you hadn't been updated beyond "acceptance", and I was wondering how the package would look upon arrival -- First-Class kinda scares me.
Just as a note, USPS tracking has always been terribly inadequate, even within the confines of the states. All you'll ever really get out of it is one of three statuses: printed/paid postage, packaged received by office, package delivered, with nothing in between.
Post by Incog Neato on Mar 10, 2009 9:34:32 GMT -5
Sigh. You won't ship things more than 4 lbs? :((( I believe it's because the post office is out of your way and your are car-less, yar?
Dang it. I'm hoping we could work out something for my impending SUPER SPRING SALE for shipments heading out of the North America. I doubt there would be a lot of over 4 lb shipments but if someone's gonna purchase the Magna Carta PC LE, it might be over that due to the packaging and size of the box. :P
Ya see -- it's most likely cheaper for me to send things to the US and then have someone from the US send things overseas cuz Canada Post is such a dickwad in postage. :|
It depends. I don't have any special boxes ready for that kind of shipment (it's really based off of USPS and their rules for flat-rate boxes) but if I knew the exact weight of the item(s), (lbs/ozs) I could calculate their S+H. Otherwise, it's a little unpredictable. The size limit again is just USPS rules, I just haven't gotten around to buying or collecting any brown boxes. Typically, all my business needs for these special cases, is a little cooperation -- once I know how it's handled the first time, it'll become a regular thing.
I would hope in comparison that my services would actually be cheaper for you -- but we'll try to calculate everything out as best as we can so that everyone's happy.
Hey Fieg, it doesn't say anything specifically about this in the first post, but would you be able to buy a PSN card off Amazon.com here (or wherever if you know any other places), then just open it and PM me the code? $5 service charge payable of course - it just saves either getting ripped off on ebay or paying tons of shipping just for a piece of cardboard with a code on it.
Yes, I accept Amazon-related transactions, and I'll gladly send you the code via PM. The only fee for this service is indeed $5. If this sounds good to you, please confirm with me here or via PM, and I'll PM you my mailing address (if you'd like to complete the Amazon side of the transaction yourself) and paypal info.
Alright, here's the deal -- my computer's overrun by terrorists (worms, viruses, etc.), so I'm going to have Avast perform a boot scan before I proceed with any transactions. I should be back in an hour or two, depending on how long the scan takes.
When I get back, some changes will be made to my service. Hopefully it won't be too much of an inconvenience, but the new payment formula will be as follows:
Service Charge = Total (shipping, item costs, etc.) *.25 If Service Charge < $10, Service Charge = $10
In other words, the Service Charge will be 25% of all expenses to be paid, and the minimum possible Service Charge will be $10. This is because I need food on the table, and I've come to realize how user-unfriendly (complicated) working with U.S. Customs and USPS can be. I hope you can forgive me for the inconvenience.