ebay Frank Vidya

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Dear Vidya and Frank: I’m talking to each of you about sales on ebay, so this text will probably interest each of you.  Vidya: Frank is a friend and local merchant in my barrio.  Frank: I’ve known Vidya for about a half decade through online social activity and some business.  At the moment we’re telemarketing for a Philadelphia attorney.  Vidya lives in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Predesh, India.  Ebay give two choices: ONE: click box and list in sixty-four countries with Ebay’s Global Shipping Program  TWO: select one by one from ten countries.  Option one sound great, because ebay does everything including customizing a listing for each country, and the seller ships to the US ebay shipping center, and ebay forwards paying the import tax.  Problem: my current sales with ebay global shipping program equals zero, and online complaints about the program are abundant.  I advise a trial with caution.  Option two allows the seller to customize the listing for each of the ten countries.  Saree shipment to Mexico: 2 pounds 2x12x12 is $50 DHL.  Water system to Mexico: 15 pounds 8x16x18 is $109 DHL.  In addition to the Mexico-specific shipping price I would make some statement like: “I know from experience it is best to get the buyer to pay import tax directly with DHL in Mexico.  Buyers considering this item should call DHL Mexico +52 (55) 5345 7000 before bidding.  DHL Mexico will tell you the exact import tax.”  Vidya and Frank: Common sense applies here, as a Mexican bidder would you perfer? ONE: pay import taxes to a paypal account nearlincoln@hotmail.com and trust the correct fee is then paid to the Mexican government?  TWO: pay import tax directly to DHL in your own country.  International business rewards can be high, and entry is paid in careful consideration of tedious complications like the aforementioned text, ciao Tomas »» about me  302-990-2346  twitter  nearlincoln@hotmail.com  contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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