Some Real Facts About Canada Post
†† weighing over 1 kilo (2.2 lbs) being shipped to the
† †Your options are either, Expedited (surface/ground 8 to 21 business
†† days) or Express Post (5 to 7 business days).
†† weighing over 2 kilo (4.4 lbs) to approx 25% of international destinations.
†† Your options were either, surface/ground (6 to 18 weeks) or
†† Express Post (8 to 20 business days).
†† Due to the poor service of the ground option, we no longer offer it as an option.
†† Here are some of the most popular destinations we ship to,
†† which has NO air-mail service:
†† All of the
European countries, all of The
†† Scandinavian countries, Australia, Bahamas, Barbados, Brazil,
* Express Post to
†† standards, and estimated delivery times, but they are NOT GUARANTEED.
†† delivery, why is it an Express Post service? Feel free to contact me for ideas.
* As you can see by the delivery time standards, Express Post is really just
†† an Air-Mail service, with the Express Post high prices.
* Express Post has a daily adjusted fuel surcharge of 4.5% to 9.75%.
†† (See added info at the bottom of the page)
* Even though we are led to believe, Express Post has a GUARANTEED
†† ON TIME delivery service, it is NOT always the case, and I have a letter from
†† intended as a guideline onlyĒ.
* Even if it has a tracking number, Express Post is NOT set up to give
†† you the ability to track your parcel from the
†† What it provides is, a delivery confirmation, 12 to 48 hrs after the parcel
† †has been delivered.
* Feel free to BELIEVE
†† I also remember believing in Santa Claus at one point in my life.
†† OR† PHONE TO MAKE A BELIEVER OUT OF US.
* Our restricted optional in-house damage insurance however,
†† DOES cover damages.
†† Ceramics are NOT subject to coverage for damagesĒ on it.
†† You can draw your own conclusions from this one.
* Unlike USPS,
†† materials, free of charge.
††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† If your parcel is lost in the mail
†† after it was mailed with the airmail service, and 75 days if it was
†† mailed ground. Some
†† after 30 and 75 days, but some others will insist on 30 and 75
†† BUSINESS DAYS.
* Nothing will be done by
†† send a letter asking us to confirm that the parcel is still lost. This letter
†† will come with a 10 days reply, but will come in 2 days before the deadline.
†† If the confirmation that the parcel is still lost is NOT received, by the 10
†† days notice deadline, they will assume that it was delivered successfully.
* Approx. 30 days after the claim was filed, they will send a letter asking
†† us to send them the appropriate documents (i.e. postal receipt, ebay invoice
†† email communication etc.). Depending on the outcome of their investigation
†† a refund may be received within the next 30 days. So this is 75 to 90 days
†† after the parcel was mailed.
* DONíT WORRY, SHOULD THIS HAPPEN TO YOU, WITH ONE
†† OF THE PARCEL WE SHIPPED, YOU WOULD GET REFUNDED
MUCH SOONER, AS UNLIKE
†† IN PROVIDING CUSTOMER SERVICE.
* More info to be added in 2010,
as we keep dealing with
†† per barrel,
†† a percentage, that was reached, when the price of crude was at approx. $140.00 per barrel.
†† The last time, the price of crude was around $87.81, was January 2008, and
†† that point,
†† around 4.75%.
† Canada Postís website still shows a 15% Fuel surcharge, for the Express Post USA, and
† price at which, fuel surcharges was not charged.
† surcharge, for the Express Post
† ground service to 4.5% fuel surcharge.
*October 20 2009, Canada Postís website still shows a 11.75% Fuel surcharge, for the Express
† Post USA, and The EMS International services, but has dropped the ground service to 6.72%
† fuel surcharge.
*In May of 2010, our first time back on eBay
this year, Iíve given up on
† charges, disguised in anyways they can be. They are expensive, they will get even more expensive,
† but they are CHEAPER, than Fed-Ex, and UPS services.
* If you have questions, or comments, don't hesitate to contact us by email via the eBay channels
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