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post Nov 27 2004, 09:50 AM

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QUOTE(onemilimeter @ Nov 23 2004, 09:51 PM)
At that time, I thought only Fedex, UPS, DHL and Poslaju were available in Malaysia. As I was late, about 5.45pm, post office sudah tutup but I had to make sure the document reached the next day. So, I went to DHL and I was shocked when I was told the price. Expensive no problem, but the receptionist was lan si. Shit ...
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wat to do....the post office closed already and u need to send it by next day...
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post Nov 27 2004, 06:32 PM

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QUOTE(HMMaster @ Nov 27 2004, 09:50 AM)
wat to do....the post office closed already and u need to send it by next day...
If I got this list at that time, I would have saved "28 - 5 = 23RM" liao. cry.gif

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post Nov 28 2004, 12:29 PM

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btw, wanna ask something bout pos ekspres. can i send 10cd in a rm4 envelope???
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QUOTE(hivemy @ Nov 21 2004, 04:16 PM)
Oh, I need help from this thread too.. how much do I send a 400gram parcel from Sarawak to Santa Clara, California? Please suggest a good courier.. I may want to give DHL a call tomorrow or next.. Thanks
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blush.gif blush.gif though quite out dated , but , according to my experience (sending doc to NY monthly)... FedEx is superbly reliable... the price is reasonable too....... +-RM 62 for 500g doc. i do agree with "onemilimeter", DHL operator is very lan si... i called up the branch at 3am, (they open 24 hours mah.....), the operator sounds so impatient and show no customer service etiquette....oops.. DHL is pricey too... shocking.gif +- RM 80 for same destination.
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fedex nice~~
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how does wang pos work?
and if i wanna send something thru pos laju, what do i need to do ? thanks
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QUOTE(aquarlus @ Dec 4 2004, 01:04 AM)
how does wang pos work?
and if i wanna send something thru pos laju, what do i need to do ? thanks
Wang Pos - you need to buy the coupon at Pejabat Pos. Then, you send the coupon to the receiver, who will bring the coupon to Pejabat Pos to exchange for cash.

Pos Laju - you need to fill a borang then pass your parcel/document to the counter. Of course you need to pay at the counter too.

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thank u onemilimeter
so i wrap with brown envelope ? onli brown ?

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QUOTE(aquarlus @ Dec 4 2004, 09:05 PM)
thank u onemilimeter
so i wrap with brown envelope ? onli brown ?
This one I'm not sure. I think any plain color should be OK.

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QUOTE(aquarlus @ Dec 4 2004, 09:05 PM)
thank u onemilimeter
so i wrap with brown envelope ? onli brown ?
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white color also can....tested already.
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post Dec 5 2004, 09:17 AM

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NEVER, NEVER use POS EKSPRES, had bad experiences with them slightly cheaper than PosLaju but not worth it. They can track the article but that's all. They dont care if Postmen dont deliver...no acknowlegement needed.
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post Dec 5 2004, 11:29 PM

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Hi guys .. i have a "friend" living in sarawak ... i sometimes would like to buy stuff and send to her... for example maybe a big cute doll or simply a card ... card may sound easy to send la .. just put in envolope and stamp only right ? what about a big doll ? Can someone teach me how to send ? Where and what to do ... and how long will it take to reach sarawak ? Bintulu to be exact ...

p/s : sorry i made a new thread before i saw this ,,,
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QUOTE(Peisqo @ Dec 5 2004, 11:29 PM)
Hi guys .. i have a "friend" living in sarawak ... i sometimes would like to buy stuff and send to her... for example maybe a big cute doll or simply a card ... card may sound easy to send la .. just put in envolope and stamp only right ? what about a big doll ? Can someone teach me how to send ? Where and what to do ... and how long will it take to reach sarawak ? Bintulu to be exact ...

p/s : sorry i made a new thread before i saw this ,,,
Probably you may drop by any courier service center that near to your house. I believe they can provide you better suggestion or advice. I never send a doll to a girl before. smile.gif

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post Dec 18 2004, 09:24 PM

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er, jus wanna ask, wat if the courier service lost our parcel? can we claim back cash or watever tat is equivalent?
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post Dec 21 2004, 01:23 AM

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QUOTE(eddychstu @ Dec 18 2004, 09:24 PM)
er, jus wanna ask, wat if the courier service lost our parcel? can we claim back cash or watever tat is equivalent?
Ya ... I also wish to know ... may be those who do bulk sales will advise. Thanks.

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post Dec 22 2004, 06:17 AM

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I often use DHL. Admittedly, very pricey, but it does the job.
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i look all over pos.com.my for the tracking site for poslaju, but i can't locate it. yawn.gif
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QUOTE(kylielmf @ Dec 22 2004, 10:16 PM)
i look all over pos.com.my for the tracking site for poslaju, but i can't locate it. yawn.gif
The web based online tracking services of some courier companies do not work. For example, the online tracking service of GDex tak boleh guna wan.

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Yesterday I go nationwide ..and wanted to post my car old cassette player to my buyer...

actually i malas wanna balut liao so tot of going nationwide..
after he timbang the thing.. he said RM25.20 shocking.gif

I quickly tell him I din't bring enough money and wanna go ATM tekan then i terus cabut to Pos Laju and buy those paper to tapau the thing then only cost me RM11.03 .... wahhhh nasib baik sial.....
I didn't know it costs so much ... so embarass also tongue.gif

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