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Re: YAJ Proxy Services - Head to Head!

Post by zak » October 24th, 2019, 9:36 am

markedkiller78 wrote:
October 24th, 2019, 9:05 am
It’s not the import charges, it’s the handling fee I have issue with.

If one of them allowed you to pay the import charges up front, that would be the perfect set imo.
You can get around this if you select Fedex shipping.

Fedex will waive the £12 handling fee if you use this template:

http://blog.adamowen.co.uk/dont-pay-fed ... ment-fees/

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Re: YAJ Proxy Services - Head to Head!

Post by Jan » October 24th, 2019, 9:37 am

Well, from now on you can add the vat when you take 1:1 yahoo sales prices as a basis for price evaluation for games in the EU. Good for everyone that pays their actual vat.

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Re: YAJ Proxy Services - Head to Head!

Post by zak » October 24th, 2019, 9:43 am

Won't just be VAT on yahoo items soon... :palm:

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Post by Jan » October 24th, 2019, 9:48 am

No worry’s, exchange rate will be killing it in the first place.

Probably for all of us, maybe a bit longer for you brits though

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Post by EOJ » October 30th, 2019, 8:20 am

I just got an email from buyee stating they changed their fee from 5% of the item price to 300 yen per order. FJ must have been killing them.

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Post by EOJ » December 8th, 2019, 6:05 am

According to their website this week, FromJapan is now charging 15% tax on all shipments to New Zealand. What's worse, though, is that along with this change, if you live in NZ and order items through FJ they no longer allow you to adjust the value on the customs form.

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Re: YAJ Proxy Services - Head to Head!

Post by Grinning Cat » February 4th, 2020, 5:53 pm

zak wrote:
October 24th, 2019, 9:36 am
markedkiller78 wrote:
October 24th, 2019, 9:05 am
It’s not the import charges, it’s the handling fee I have issue with.

If one of them allowed you to pay the import charges up front, that would be the perfect set imo.
You can get around this if you select Fedex shipping.

Fedex will waive the £12 handling fee if you use this template:

http://blog.adamowen.co.uk/dont-pay-fed ... ment-fees/
No idea if this is bad luck on my part, or if Fedex have finally realized they're receiving thousands of variants of the same template, but Fedex have just refused to waive the £12 for me today.

I'm particularly irritated, as they also gouged me to high heaven on the VAT too :mad: Somehow, they charged over 30% of the full (shipped) price - even though the total was marked down 25% by FromJapan. This seems to be a bit of a running pattern with Fedex (at least in my experience). When I have been charged by Parcel Force - the VAT does at least always seem to come to 20% (using a semi-sane conversion rate).

Moral of the story: rancor and EMS for life!

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Re: YAJ Proxy Services - Head to Head!

Post by zak » February 4th, 2020, 7:09 pm

Grinning Cat wrote:
February 4th, 2020, 5:53 MP

I'm particularly irritated, as they also gouged me to high heaven on the VAT too :mad: Somehow, they charged over 30% of the full (shipped) price - even though the total was marked down 25% by FromJapan. This seems to be a bit of a running pattern with Fedex (at least in my experience). When I have been charged by Parcel Force - the VAT does at least always seem to come to 20% (using a semi-sane conversion rate).
They did this to me too (order was from China). They kept sending me warning letters about not paying the bill. I told them that I'd be happy to pay the bill, but 20% of £30 total is not £25. Took a month, but they finally calculated it correctly.
Grinning Cat wrote:
February 4th, 2020, 5:53 MP
Moral of the story: rancor for life!
8-)

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Re: YAJ Proxy Services - Head to Head!

Post by Grinning Cat » February 4th, 2020, 7:59 pm

zak wrote:
February 4th, 2020, 7:09 MP

They did this to me too (order was from China). They kept sending me warning letters about not paying the bill. I told them that I'd be happy to pay the bill, but 20% of £30 total is not £25. Took a month, but they finally calculated it correctly.
I haven't paid yet, so maybe that should be my next play ;) Probably have nothing to lose, at this stage...well, except perhaps Fedex jail :lol:

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Post by levellevelup » April 8th, 2020, 6:54 am

I am using zenmarket for a while now, great service and such, only 300yen per order (oh and on multiple items even from same seller btw),
BUT, they charge you not only the 3,5% payment fees they claim ie. when you deposit 100.000 yen (844 €), rather they charge you 908,50€ in total!!

This means not only 3,5% (29,50€) as they claim but 35€ on top of that!! Shady AF !!!

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Re: YAJ Proxy Services - Head to Head!

Post by phillv85 » April 8th, 2020, 8:36 am

I wouldn't sign up to any that require a deposit after those thieving **** at SMJ stole my deposit under the guise of an inactive account.

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