Caolan McNamara wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 26, 2002 at 03:57:44 +0100, Liam Bedford wrote:
>>>anyone want to get a petition going that we can send to thinkgeek to
>>request they stop using Airborne Express?
I guess a few seperate emails would suffice?
As Caolán intimated below, normal post would
be fine, especially since thinkgeek stuff is
>>>>or, if someone can suggest where to do it, I should be able to get organised.
>>> thinkgeek does point out that you may have to pay additional custom
> duties, vat and handling fees at http://www.thinkgeek.com/faq/#overseas> so they are probably aware that that sort of thing occurs,
> That said,
> I've also been stung by inordinate handling fees changed when purchasing
> from thinkgeek while in ireland, (not so when in germany), which quickly
> put a halt to any more purchases. I wonder what the competition to
> "airborne express" charges in ireland for this mysterious "handling
> charge", I think I would prefer the option of slow (untracked: loose at
> my own risk) normal postal service and just pay whatever duty/vat is
true. And Amazon has never been a problem for me (and I buy a LOT).
Actually I noticed lately Amazon have started shipping from germany
to here. 2 days usually now which is great.
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