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# 169839 27-Mar-2015 16:13
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Hi There!

As per topic, if you would be willing to assist please PM me. 

I am based in Auckland.

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  # 1269430 28-Mar-2015 10:01
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Ask Shapelle Corby or somebody like that. money-mouth money-mouth

I believe there are still people around who are stupid enough to carry items from country to country on behalf of people they have never met 



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  # 1269433 28-Mar-2015 10:03
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DaveB: Ask Shapelle Corby or somebody like that. money-mouth money-mouth

I believe there are still people around who are stupid enough to carry items from country to country on behalf of people they have never met 


I am unsure the benefit of your post, but to attempt to put your mind at ease, it will be a digital camera, brand new, sealed and delivered direct from the worlds largest retailer.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1269445 28-Mar-2015 10:38
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UPS maybe? Lots of cost effective and safe ways to import goods from the US.

(Sorry the humour in my original reply went over your head)

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  # 1269451 28-Mar-2015 10:59
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I presume you will ask the person to declare the item and get them to pay the duties involved?

Why not get the item in NZ or use Shipto or alike or even get the item sent delivered straight to you from the company?

I presume you are trying to save $$ but getting someone else to import it for you with duty charges/gst will it be cheaper?

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  # 1271497 28-Mar-2015 15:28
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Seemed to be a silly post imo

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  # 1271502 28-Mar-2015 15:46
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and a uber geek as well, seriously folks, where do they get them from.

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  # 1271504 28-Mar-2015 15:49
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Yeah. Just youshop it. The worlds biggest retailer has no issues shipping there or with a foregn card. Unlike most US sellers that makes me activly avoid US sellers on ebay.




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  # 1271519 28-Mar-2015 16:30
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I was going to say YouShop as well when I saw your post last night, but I assumed it would've been something more than a digital camera.

If you are worried about the camera being damaged, YouShop do offer insurance with their prices as well.




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