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    Scary stuff I feel like the best way to go is to send with a trusted person, huh.

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    It's the mail system that bothers me sometimes. Mistakes can happen , and it is very difficult to get help, when it is cross border. It happened to me with an expensive French, Jumeau doll. It was damaged when it arrived and I tried to get some compensation for it and it took about 6 months and they said that they can do nothing about it. And I had insurance on her. Very frustrating. It is scary stuff, Mekare.

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    Petraskova, is your doll send away now? I have a doll in the mail right now coming from the US and let me tell you, I won't be happy until she is in my hands! When I bought my porcelain Enchanted Emma she was living in Britain and did the world tour before arriving at my house. I thought both the seller and I would lose our minds with worry!

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    Skulptress, no she is not sent away anywhere. I bet you were stressed out! Especially when your porcelain was travelling around the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petraskova View Post
    It's the mail system that bothers me sometimes. Mistakes can happen , and it is very difficult to get help, when it is cross border. It happened to me with an expensive French, Jumeau doll. It was damaged when it arrived and I tried to get some compensation for it and it took about 6 months and they said that they can do nothing about it. And I had insurance on her. Very frustrating. It is scary stuff, Mekare.
    Yes I also found out the hard way about Canadian insurance- you have to show that the package was damaged in transit- otherwise, not covered.

    I think one of the issues is not knowing how insurance will work once the package crosses a boarder.

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    Shipping to faceup artist in Europe

    The problem with mailing a doll like this, is the fact that you can exactly replace it. Everyone is trading across borders back and forth, I feel like the cut-off for taxes is way too small.


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    Shipping to faceup artist in Europe

    Shhhhh no horror stories please my doll is currently traveling between countries!
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    Good luck on her safe arrival!

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    Shipping to faceup artist in Europe

    Quote Originally Posted by allurose View Post
    Shhhhh no horror stories please my doll is currently traveling between countries!
    OMG! 🙊

    No more horror stories


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    Allurose- your girl is beautiful and positive and will arrive to you all safely!

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