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Old 30 May 2020, 02:00 AM   #61
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Shipments to Australia are taking forever. Sent a package March 17th and still hasn't arrived.
Sent a package to New Zealand on April 8th, and it still hasn't arrived.
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Old 30 May 2020, 06:01 AM   #62
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Thanks - but do you mean Deutsche Post? There is no usps in Germany. There is a DHL service that hands off to US Postal once a package arrives in US and after Customs clearance here.

But if it is still in Germany, then it is likely stuck in their own Customs*. This way he could fetch it back by now.

* Per German export:
To go out of the EU, Customs clearance is necessary. The Customs clearance office checks the export declaration, controls the goods and authorizes the collection of the goods by the carrier. The goods are held for a period of 20 days maximum.

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Yes DHL to usps
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Old 30 May 2020, 01:03 PM   #63
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He sent it DHL then switches to usps supposedly. It currently shows that it went through checkpoint in frankfurt and transferred to usps. Usps shows handled in frankfurt may 23rd 3am.

This is the same situation the other gent is in who sent him the submariner he proposed and was to send.

He must be of middle eastern descent he links himself to 3 arabic restaurants all withing the same block area. His paypal went to urban grill gmbH, the place the other gent sent his rolex was called Papai a middleastern restaurant, and the phone number he shared is registered to Hoqqa restaurant. All in bremen along the same street.
As a scammer, having something sent to a third party business would seemingly make sense. Package is signed for by a random employee, and picked up at the scammers leisure.

I imagine this is more common with shipments of illegal things that you don't want traced by the police to your home address, but it also works in this instance.
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Old 30 May 2020, 10:01 PM   #64
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Thanks - but do you mean Deutsche Post? There is no usps in Germany. There is a DHL service that hands off to US Postal once a package arrives in US and after Customs clearance here.

But if it is still in Germany, then it is likely stuck in their own Customs*. This way he could fetch it back by now.

* Per German export:
To go out of the EU, Customs clearance is necessary. The Customs clearance office checks the export declaration, controls the goods and authorizes the collection of the goods by the carrier. The goods are held for a period of 20 days maximum.

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Exactly this!

Seller needs an export licence and this must be added to the shipment.
If hes sent you with DHL parcel (DHL Express is much more expensive), USPS will deal with it once that the parcel has reached the US.

DHL parcels may take up to 3 weeks to arrive in the US.
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