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  1. mmartino79
    mmartino79 October 9, 2008 at 8:19 am |

    In the future you may want to try and direct International buyers or interested parties to a mail forwarding company I have used called Bongo International

    There are many overseas consumers willing to buy tech products in the US that they simply cant find where they live or are much more expensive, which is certainly the case in places like the UK and Australia. BongoUS has very competitive rates and it will make sense for many people

  2. Joe
    Joe October 10, 2008 at 3:23 am |

    Uh, can you say spam? Christopher points out how foreign eBay buyers are running out in droves… and you have the gall to tell him to suggest that they buy from you? Troll.

  3. karen
    karen October 19, 2008 at 1:57 pm |

    Who pays ebay bills the sellers with no voice or the buyers? Oh I forgot Skype does

  4. Marilyn
    Marilyn November 14, 2008 at 2:54 pm |

    Troll huh? Wow somebody has poopy pants.
    I’m not selling anything Joe. Just offering a little advice on something that’s worked for me in the past.

    The international marketplace is beginning to get more and more advanced. Companies/Sellers are starting to realize that there are enormous volumes of people around the world that like to buy products online. US products are much less expensive than they are around the rest of the world. Especially with the value of the dollar being so low at this time. There’s a missed opportunity at additional revenue for those who haven’t embraced this yet.

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