DHL4 ¿El Chapo?

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Dear my amiga in the barrio: For people like me who take the step of reading google advanced search tools we find handy searches like this one: remote service areas ecuador The “” is google’s way of saying search one site and exclude the rest of the internet. It’s easy to conclude the search is not what google says it is, because all google searches include advertisement. On this search about mid-page after the advertisement is a 178 page pdf, which is a comprehensive list of DHL remote service areas. Amiga: Please take a minute to imagine what this is. A comprehensive list of all the places in the 130 countries that DHL services. With this in mind one can understand a shorter easier version is not available. There is everything for a guy like me who’s willing to immerse myself in details to take a person’s address, and find the appropriate alternative to the 34 USD fee, but here’s the problem. I don’t know what the people are willing to do. Consider El Chapo running from the law with a vast network and resources of people with vehicles and war machines willing to do anything for him. I could have done this for El Chapo. Knowing he would be in a remote service area I would just find the closest DHL and El Chapo would send any one of a hundred people to fetch the paquete or doc, but your clients are not El Chapo. I can not predict: ¿What are they willing to do to avoid a 34 USD remote area DHL fee? Base on your most recent reply it seems your client is willing to research. If so, again, remote service areas ecuador in google, ciao Tomas »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us


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