Re: [CR]Shipping items to Italy=Woes

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To: "Via Bicycle" <>,
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Date: Wed, 21 May 2008 17:44:48 +0000
Subject: Re: [CR]Shipping items to Italy=Woes

Hello Joel,

I have found sending items via registered mail (or posta raccomandata fro m Italy) is the fastest way at a reasonable cost. To Italy, it costs an a dditional $10.80 but packages arrive in 3-4 weeks. From Italy, it only ad ds an additional 2-3 euro and it takes closer to 4 weeks for the package to arrive. Although on occasion I have had packages come and go in as lit tle as 2 weeks but I don't know why that is.

If you do send via registered mail, your package and tape must be a paper product so the post office can stamp it for tamper evidence.

Best regards,

David Beck Crystal Lake (near Chicago), Illinois USA -----Original Message----- From: Via Bicycle [] Sent: Wednesday, May 21, 2008 01:24 PM To: Subject: [CR]Shipping items to Italy=Woes

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   negative feedback. I have even sent items to Indonesia and brazil and Co lumbia without a problem. joel ralph flood philadelphia, PA _____________