Fri, 27 Aug 2004 06:00:14 -0700 (PDT)
The few times I have sent parts to Canada, I have
experienced similar shipping charges and extra fees.
Jeff is very well known and strives to make his
customers happy. As a recent customer of his, who had
a very minor problem with a part order - I can say
that Jeff handled it very professionally and I was
quite satisfied with his service and merchandise.
--- Tom Wright <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi All.
> Just wanted to share a great experience I had with a
> vendor on ebay.
> I won an auction for a 90 degree oil filter adaptor.
> Here are the details.
> >Payment details:
> >Item price: US $12.00
> >Quantity: 1
> >Subtotal: US $12.00
> >Shipping & handling:
> >US Postal Service Priority Mail: US $5.00
> >Shipping insurance per item: (not offered)
> >Sales tax: 8.250% in CA
> >Payment instructions from seller:
> >All sales final.
> >Ship-to location: Canada
> >This item can be viewed for up to 90 days at:
> I am in Canada 15 miles west of the Niagara Falls
> border, so I asked for a
> price on shipping. This is the reply;
> >Shipping to Canada on that part is $16.88 (US).
> >Thank you,
> >California Corvair Parts, Inc.
> >19965-B Temescal Canyon Road
> >Corona, California 92881
> >(951) 284-3555
> >Fax (909) 284-3777
> Tom Wright
> 66 Corsa 140
> Corsa Ontario
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