I am excited with this (beta
community idea (launch date: May, 20th) being invented by Auslogic
Did you want to buy something somewhere, but was prevented because "item not available in your area!
and did you think, if only I knew someone in that other country, so they could buy it for me
"?# Let us get what we want! # peer-to-peer delivery assistance #Read
How it works (for the shopper):
A) Found a great deal at an online store, but they don't ship to your country?
B) Head to Parcl and find a great forwarder to help you out with purchase and delivery!
C) Choose from a wide selection of shipping methods and options with your forwarder.
D) Unpack and Enjoy! Get it with your custom tailored delivery where you want when you want it.
How it works (for the forwarder):
e) Set up an account.
._. If you’re ready to help, register as a forwarder and fill out your possible delivery methods, additional service prices and countries you are able to deliver to.
f) Receive private or public assistance requests.
._. You can either receive private requests from shopper and provide an offer in return or browse the public requests and bid along with other forwarders to get a new customer.
g) Chat and make a deal.
._. Talk with your shopper through the details using our messages system and get the shopping and delivery deal set.
h) Get paid and ship!
._. You will receive a full amount of the negotiated deal to your account including shipping costs. Perform any additional services and don’t forget to check them up on your to-do list. Ship the resulting package, and make your customer happy!http://www.parcl.com/register/forwarder/
Parcl is an online community of shoppers and forwarders where everybody is eligible for delivery of anything! Why not help your fellow shopper on the other side of the planet by receiving and resending the package, all while earning some extra money? Or maybe you want to buy some speciality item, but can't get it delivered to your country? Head to Parcl and get it shipped pretty much anywhere and anytime!
Parcl faq here: http://www.parcl.com/faq/
Maybe they made the forwarder's part sound easier than it will be?