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luishcorreia 12-13-2012 04:25 PM

seriously fedex??
 
Juat tried to order some butt-caps from former vantage web site....
And some replacement grommets... And its funny.. 39 bucks for the products... And 133 For delivery.

As we say in my country.. Go steal from someone else...

Item Subtotal $39.37
Delivery Total $133.09
Total $172.46

cluckcluck 12-13-2012 04:25 PM

Geez, where do you live? The moon?

v-verb 12-13-2012 04:29 PM

If Lisbon Portugal is lunar

luishcorreia 12-13-2012 04:31 PM

Lisbon
I order stuff from tennis warehouse all tje time and do not pay anything like this..

cluckcluck 12-13-2012 04:53 PM

The interwebs cannot detect sarcasm.

Francis27 12-13-2012 04:57 PM

I am actually waiting for some babolat rpm team strings and other stuff from tennis warehouse Europe and i have to pay a fee of $25.70. for some reason i just hate fedex not because of the fees, its just how they deliver. I have to go 20 minutes to the fedex pick up center to get my package and i have a fedex literally right across the street. I ask them to drop it there for me to pick up but i have to pay $20 to do so. Never again from fedex.

BlueB 12-13-2012 05:29 PM

Both FedEx and UPS are bruttal to Canada, with UPS being worse. They almost always charge the "brokearge and handling fees". It could be as steep as $50 for $5 item.
From US to Canada the USPS works the best.

Fuji 12-13-2012 05:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BlueB (Post 7062024)
Both FedEx and UPS are bruttal to Canada, with UPS being worse. They almost always charge the "brokearge and handling fees". It could be as steep as $50 for $5 item.
From US to Canada the USPS works the best.

I feel your pain. I've paid as high as 120$ "Brokerage fee" from UPS on an order before. It's absolutely ridiculous.

-Fuji

zapvor 12-13-2012 06:05 PM

wow thats pretty bad

Dave M 12-14-2012 12:47 PM

why are you trying to order from over there why not contact Paul here in the UK?
If i remember correctly it was set up sp you purchased from the region closest to you

Ess 12-15-2012 06:18 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BlueB (Post 7062024)
Both FedEx and UPS are bruttal to Canada, with UPS being worse. They almost always charge the "brokearge and handling fees". It could be as steep as $50 for $5 item.
From US to Canada the USPS works the best.

I have found that the USPS works best domestically in the US as well. I got sick and tired of begging FedEx and UPS to hold onto packages for me to pick up, and coming home to find them lodged in a snow bank with little regard for their fragility. Way more convenient to contact the USPS and have them hold onto packages for me to pick up.

Francis27 12-15-2012 07:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ess (Post 7064305)
I have found that the USPS works best domestically in the US as well. I got sick and tired of begging FedEx and UPS to hold onto packages for me to pick up, and coming home to find them lodged in a snow bank with little regard for their fragility. Way more convenient to contact the USPS and have them hold onto packages for me to pick up.

Same here! They dont even have an option for pick up they just keep coming back to your home for the delivery when im not even home. I had to travel a long way just to get my package for pickup even though i have a fedex real close to me but they wont drop it off there

3fees 12-15-2012 08:30 AM

call them up and get the order sent parcel post to avoid the high fees for nothing.


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