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  # 878824 15-Aug-2013 14:14
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Heads up, YouShop address has CHANGED. 

No official communication from NZ Post about this as of 2pm.

Parcels heading to old address will automatically divert according the person I spoke to a NZ Post but he couldn't tell me for how long.

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  # 878828 15-Aug-2013 14:16
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nzkiwiman: Heads up, YouShop address has CHANGED. 

No official communication from NZ Post about this as of 2pm.

Parcels heading to old address will automatically divert according the person I spoke to a NZ Post but he couldn't tell me for how long.


The diversion is currently anticipated to remain through to Mid Sept AFAIK

 
 
 
 


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  # 878832 15-Aug-2013 14:21
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I just got an email advising me of this

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  # 878833 15-Aug-2013 14:22
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Just got the email communication.
Really hope I can change my subscription that was setup to go to the 'old' address

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  # 878846 15-Aug-2013 14:34
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Can anyone verify the ZIP code?
- NZPost say 97230
- Amazon says use 14601 N BYBEE LAKE CT,  STE (removed), PORTLAND, OREGON,  97203-6629 , United States
- Google maps says 97217

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  # 878895 15-Aug-2013 15:16
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They must need a larger warehouse because of all Geekzoners buying lots of goodies..




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  # 878920 15-Aug-2013 15:51
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So I purchased something off eBay and planned to ship it within USA using YouShop , however I can't pay for it!! :-o

As non-USA PayPal accounts are blocked, how can I get around this?? :-/


oh, and also I've heard apparently if you're importing stuff into NZ for educational purposes (for instance if you're a lecturer of a university) you don't need to pay GST!




 
 
 
 


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  # 878929 15-Aug-2013 16:02
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From youshop: "The correct Postcode is 97203. We are currently working on getting this amended on our website and YouShop accounts as it currently says 97230."

So update your address books.

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  # 879086 15-Aug-2013 19:39
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dman: So I purchased something off eBay and planned to ship it within USA using YouShop , however I can't pay for it!! :-o

As non-USA PayPal accounts are blocked, how can I get around this?? :-/


Log out of paypal, delete the cookies from paypal and then paypal will offer a form to just put the card details in and pay without making an account. Worked for me.




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  # 879209 16-Aug-2013 01:46
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richms:
dman: So I purchased something off eBay and planned to ship it within USA using YouShop , however I can't pay for it!! :-o

As non-USA PayPal accounts are blocked, how can I get around this?? :-/


Log out of paypal, delete the cookies from paypal and then paypal will offer a form to just put the card details in and pay without making an account. Worked for me.


"Pay with a debit or credit card(Optional) Join PayPal for faster future checkout"

So I picked that option, to not use a PayPal account. But it seems to still not allow me.... :-/

Guess as my credit card isn't American. (can I get a one-off credit card for that purpose I wonder?)




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  # 879211 16-Aug-2013 02:10
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That is weird. I didn't even know it was possible for the retailer to know where your Paypal account originated from.

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  # 879268 16-Aug-2013 08:50
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Loaf: That is weird. I didn't even know it was possible for the retailer to know where your Paypal account originated from.

I imagine it's the paypal system that blocks for them. Or it's the paypal address being automatically forewarded.

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  # 879406 16-Aug-2013 11:38
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Anyone has a working coupon code for US Youshop? Does it apply to the total cost or just the cost for one parcel? I sent 5 items order from Amazon to Youshop in us straight away without even considering this, Im so stupid :/
I should of hire ship2u as they offer parcel consolidation. But it's too late.

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  # 879451 16-Aug-2013 12:26
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dman: 

oh, and also I've heard apparently if you're importing stuff into NZ for educational purposes (for instance if you're a lecturer of a university) you don't need to pay GST!


Sounds like Australia to me, NZ's GST has very few exemptions,

If there was a way to import goods for education without GST I am sure this would be a well used dodge for anyone wanting to buy a New laptop off the web.....

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  # 879465 16-Aug-2013 12:41
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No such exemption exists. It's obviously apocryphal.

http://www.ird.govt.nz/changes-2010/gst/businesses/imports/


wellygary:
dman: 

oh, and also I've heard apparently if you're importing stuff into NZ for educational purposes (for instance if you're a lecturer of a university) you don't need to pay GST!


Sounds like Australia to me, NZ's GST has very few exemptions,

If there was a way to import goods for education without GST I am sure this would be a well used dodge for anyone wanting to buy a New laptop off the web.....

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