I MAYBE ON TO SOMETHING

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Mzee mzima

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For those knowledgeable (this word was very tough to write, imebidi nimemuuliza Google... @ol monk na @Deorro angalieni manenos ya suggestions za correct spellings the way it is done in MS Word bana!! ) on matters international shipping of products vuteni stool zenu karibu... I know of a local shop which sells apparel in town. There are some shoes they sell at about 5k (Jordans, Zannottis, Versace boots, Riccardo Risci's Nike and the likes). To add on to that they're running an offer for some items e.g you buy the Zannotis for 5k and receive another pair of the same for absolutely free!! On Ebay you cannot find any of the above shoes with less than $350! Now that is where I come in, I want to be buying from the local shop and sell them on Ebay. Problem is I am green on shipping products to other countries.

I need to know the cheapest methods to ship products and receive my money
 

Koolibah

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usually as long as it is not foodstuff and not bulk you simply put it on DHL or Fedex and address it. the recipient may have to pay taxes. check out govt websites of respective govts because regulations differ but in most cases a single item is considered a gift
 

Mkufuu

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Ati Versace boots... buy one for 5k get one free? Hio pesa hata haiwezi nunua genuine converse rubbers...watu watajua hizi ni imbo from the very start. Tafazali rethink your business plan.
 

Mzee mzima

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usually as long as it is not foodstuff and not bulk you simply put it on DHL or Fedex and address it. the recipient may have to pay taxes. check out govt websites of respective govts because regulations differ but in most cases a single item is considered a gift
Thanks... I want to exclusively deal in shoes
 

Mzee mzima

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Ati Versace boots... buy one for 5k get one free? Hio pesa hata haiwezi nunua genuine converse rubbers...watu watajua hizi ni imbo from the very start. Tafazali rethink your business plan.
Of course I will post them on Ebay with a higher price to reduce suspicion or I sell them through bidding bado ntapata doh poa
 

Mzee mzima

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I am not 100% sure on that I will buy the first pair tomorrow and confirm but I believe they're original.... But even wakinipa a bad review I open another account and continue operating
 
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Okiya

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I am not 100% sure on that I will buy the first pair tomorrow and confirm but I believe they're original.... But even wakinipa a bad review I open another account and continue operating
Online business is based on trust. You can have 100 accounts but someone with 1 account makes more sales than your combined accounts. Isitoshe, kama hauna return policy no sane person will buy from you.
 

Mzee mzima

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Online business is based on trust. You can have 100 accounts but someone with 1 account makes more sales than your combined accounts. Isitoshe, kama hauna return policy no sane person will buy from you.
I get what you're saying on ethics ninini I will include a return policy on my account... But I am sure 90% of the potential buyers can't tell a real from fake
 

Mzee mzima

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Not really... The closest I have ever came to buy anything online is when I wanted to buy some magnetic studs but my friend did it for me and I received them after sometime.
 
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