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Old 01-30-2011, 01:26 PM   #1
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Old 01-30-2011, 02:17 PM   #2
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What info are you looking for? Shipping to Canada still requires DC which,sadly, is SUPER expensive. It also requires a trip to your local PO to fill out the cutoms form.
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Thank you for looking into this. I am looking for a thread that shows how to ship to Canada. I don't mind going to the post office. Super expensive huh? So, we are allowed to do it, but we need DC.
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As a canadian, what I normally when I ship is skip the DC or whatever our equivalent here, because my understanding was that tracking stops at the border anyway. I always just keep my customs form as proof of shipping, and US mamas do the same for me. I've yet to run into an issue.
I suppose if it was an astronomical amount of money I would think twice about doing it this way, but for your average transaction this has always worked out.
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Yes, I would think that the customs thing would be good enough for me, but I don't want to break the diaperswappers rule.
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Yes, I would think that the customs thing would be good enough for me, but I don't want to break the diaperswappers rule.
It's something we put in place at the request of paypal. If an issue arises and you don't have DC, then as a seller paypal WILL refund your buyer in the event a claim is made. Stinks but that's how it goes with them
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