International US Parcel Forwarding
Dec. 16, 2012
-- Customers all over the world love Xbox game systems, they love shopping for electronics items at Best Buy, clothing and all the goodies at Macys, and those oo-la-la items at Victoria's Secret -- but how can they get them? Many don't realize that these companies do not currently offer international shipping. Have no fear, even if these companies (and many others) don't offer world-wide shipping, there is a service that makes getting American products very easy.
My USA Parcel has made its business from doing what the large corporation can't be bothered with. Customs forms, tedious long-distance packing and time-consuming manual handling bogs down the automated operations of a large corporation, whereas small business loves this sort of personalized work, according to Dezra L. Guthrie, US Customer Agent for My USA Parcel, a US parcel forwarding service based in Oregon. "Oregon doesn't have state sales tax, so that's a real benefit for our customers," says Guthrie. "We love what we do and we love our international customers. We don't mind being a go between to get them the things they love from the United States," adds Guthrie. In a serious tone, Guthrie adds, "these corporations should actually contract with us to serve their customers, so there would be no service gap. We really would love closing that gap for them."
My USA Parcel offers a valuable service also related to getting global shoppers American products. They offer an assisted purchase service that allows global customers who have no American credit card to buy from American corporations through My USA Parcel. They wire money and My USA Parcel buys the items for them (and ships to them). "This is a very valuable service to our customers, as many global customers do not have American credit cards or Visa credit cards that all stores accept," finishes Guthrie.
It is clear that My USA Parcel acts as a useful solution to global shoppers and American corporations alike by filling the world-wide shipping gap.