Just tried to order it along with a "Modem Router" and they declined to ship both items to Irl. I got a modem from them last August, and now it's a no send to IRL. Anybody make sense of this? No need to mention "Parcel Motel" or similar.
Also they won't send the "Screen Protectors" ordered as a lone item.
All my items from Amazon UK get here through the Parcel Motel even when it says that they don't do deliveries to Ireland.
Do you have a Parcel motel drop station near you?
If you did that would be an option for you.
I find Amazon are very flaky lately with their restricted shipping list/locations.
It seems to change on an arbritary basis and has no real sense behind it.
No need to mention parcel motel... Everybody does, lol.
Only saw that part of the OP now
Sure but some folks tend to use this address
Unit 5 Mygan Park
Instead of that one
1A McKinney Road
BT36 4PE (BT36 4PX also works)
This could be one of many reasons.
Can you post a link to that Nexus 7 screen protector ?
Sorry about mentioning the PM
Exactly, a proper pain. I just tried a trial order of a Nokia 808, and that went through the order process without objection.
I've never used had to use Parcel Motel and have had 37 inch TV's delivered here. I use Amazon because their customer service is second to none, putting Parcel Motel in the middle, just makes things too complicated for me for possible returns.
Are those any good to you ?
It's not sold by Amazon but a third party using Fulfillment by Amazon. Its the seller not amazon that chooses to sell to the UK only.
Oooh, so much choice, my head hurts
My mistake, thought that items "Fulfilled by Amazon" always got to ROI, but NO, have to use Chrome browser from now on when I shop Amazon, has an extension that tells whether or not it will be shipped to ROI.
Could you link me to this extention. Be very useful thanx
A lot of small UK companies simply refuse to do business outside the UK. I dug into it once when I was refused delivery of a small inexpensive item. They told me they couldn't do it because of 'EC rules', that they had to register in the other country and they also had to charge the vat rates applicable in the other country.
I think that there is an element of truth in this but isn't dealing with such matters part and parcel of expanding a business?