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Ken_Shea
08-06-2003, 09:24 AM
If some of you want to purchase items from a company here in the US that does not ship internationally I may be able to help.

I ship out of my store every day and would be willing to ship them to you from here. The USPS seems to be the least expensive means of shipping but you cannot track their shipments as you can with UPS or FedEx.

Guys this is a offer to help assist you and not an endevor for profit so my total responsibility will be shipping it to you.

email me if you need help getting a product shipped to you.

kshea@ontargetsportsonline.com

Ken

HomeCNC
08-06-2003, 12:04 PM
Ken, I hear you on the USPS being the least expensive way to go. They tell you the package can be tracked and will charge you a small fee if you want this service. I did once and they still could not tell me if and when the package would arrive!

I use UPS to ship my plans and servos inside U.S. and I use USPS for outside of the U.S. I have never had a problem yet.

mikie
08-06-2003, 07:29 PM
Ken,

That is a great thing that your doing.
I'll definitly take you up on that offer when I find some stuff.


Michael

wms
08-06-2003, 07:34 PM
Ken ,

You're a good man. That's a very nice offer.
Lot's of great people here at cnczone and your one of them.;)

Ken_Shea
08-06-2003, 08:33 PM
HomeCNC:
I primarily use UPS as they pick up here every day and I have to take shippments to the Post Office, I have many beefs with UPS but all in all they do an incrediable job. the tracking is a major plus, I like it, customers like it.

Mikie:
Just let me know when you need it. Cost will be actual and you can look up the cost at this online link.
http://ircalc.usps.gov/
oops: my zip code is 43338


Ward:
Thank you, and right back at you double.