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Old 16-08-2013, 09:26 AM
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Buy from any USA website, simple.

You can now purchase parts from any USA website even if they do not sell to Australians or Ship Internationally.

Through our Assisted buying partner US to OZ, you can now buy from Amazon, eBay, Maryland Speed, Gladiator Garage Works, AutoAnything etc etc etc. Any website.

We move everything from car parts, panels, race deck floors, garage organisers, workshop tools.

US to OZ then arrange to have the goods sent with Shipporter.

Happy shopping. Easy shipping.
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Old 31-10-2013, 10:20 PM
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You can now purchase parts from any USA website even if they do not sell to Australians or Ship Internationally.

Through our Assisted buying partner US to OZ, you can now buy from Amazon, eBay, Maryland Speed, Gladiator Garage Works, AutoAnything etc etc etc. Any website.

We move everything from car parts, panels, race deck floors, garage organisers, workshop tools.

US to OZ then arrange to have the goods sent with Shipporter.

Happy shopping. Easy shipping.
What are the contact details for this company as I need to get parts in from the US to Perth WA

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Old 02-11-2013, 07:41 PM
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Just in case anyone else is looking http://www.shipporter.com/
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Old 21-01-2016, 10:57 AM
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So has anybody been using Shipporter, positive/negative experiences?
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Old 21-01-2016, 05:16 PM
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So has anybody been using Shipporter, positive/negative experiences?
Yep, I've used them 2 times now with no problems.
First shipment was 4 new 17x9.5 rims for my Vette, and approx 6 months ago I used them for shipping front and rear composite springs also for the Vette.
No issues either time, dealt with Warwick Blair each time, great guy to deal with.
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Old 21-01-2016, 09:35 PM
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I've used fhem twice with no issues. Excellent communication from Warwick and trouble free door to door service.

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Old 22-01-2016, 08:48 AM
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Just a heads up..
For eBay auctions that don't sell internationally, you still may have to contact the seller prior to bidding as your bid may automatically get rejected by the eBay software, which has happened to me on several occasions.

If you bid in the last moments of the auction (or use a sniper like I do), this is a real pain in the arse to find that you lost on the bidding which you would have otherwise won comfortably.
Therefore, I place a piss-weak bid early to test.

Even sellers who I have contacted prior and are willing to accept your foreign bids, may still be unable to alter their selling options on an existing auction.
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Old 22-01-2016, 05:42 PM
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Just a heads up..
For eBay auctions that don't sell internationally, you still may have to contact the seller prior to bidding as your bid may automatically get rejected by the eBay software, which has happened to me on several occasions.

If you bid in the last moments of the auction (or use a sniper like I do), this is a real pain in the arse to find that you lost on the bidding which you would have otherwise won comfortably.
Therefore, I place a piss-weak bid early to test.

Even sellers who I have contacted prior and are willing to accept your foreign bids, may still be unable to alter their selling options on an existing auction.
If you know the US shipping address prior, input it into your eBay address book, then select that as the default before placing the bid. Saves the headache.v Easy peasy bosom squeezy.
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Old 22-01-2016, 06:47 PM
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Good eBay tip Russ.

Looks like I will give Shipporter a go another time. Had a bumper to ship but it has taken a different route this time around.
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