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Old 10-23-2011, 08:27 AM
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Shipping three pairs of jeans to Korea?

Hi,

Does anyone know which is the cheapest way to ship three pairs of jeans to korea?

What is the cost?

I was thinking about medium flat rate internationl box... but is there better or cheaper way?

Also, I know nothing about custom fee....is there a fee involved for shipment to Korea? who pays it?


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Old 10-23-2011, 08:33 AM
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Be careful. Are these jeans you have sold on eBay? I would definitely ship with Express International, which is fairly pricey, and make sure that they're fully insured.
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Old 10-23-2011, 08:46 AM
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Be careful. Are these jeans you have sold on eBay? I would definitely ship with Express International, which is fairly pricey, and make sure that they're fully insured.
Yes, I sold them on ebay. Can I do priority with insurance?
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Old 10-23-2011, 09:08 AM
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Old 10-23-2011, 10:22 AM
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Yes, I sold them on ebay. Can I do priority with insurance?
yes, but in order to be covered by paypal seller protection you need to ship with a fully trackable method. Priority claims to be "trackable" to some locations however it is hit or miss and most of the time the tracking wouldn't qualify you for seller protection due to it being incomplete.

Express mail is the cheapest method with both tracking and $100 of free insurance included. You can purchase additional insurance if you need it.

Printed ONLINE for 3 pairs of jeans if you can't fit them in a flat rate envelope the pricing is actually not going to be much different from a priority. A flat rate box is going to run you $43, priority w/ out a flat rate box is $35 - 40 depending on the weight. Express mail is going to be $40 - 45 depending on the weight. So for $2 more than a flat rate box or $5 more for a non flat rate price you can ship express.


As far as customs goes your buyer may be charged. They pay the customs/duty fees not you.
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