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Par defdanny

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24-08-2020, 16:19

Meits wrote:

Ah, so they crossed the Russian border. Good to know. It's been stuck at St Petersburg for a few weeks and/or track/trace stops there.

I just checked the tracking status of my package.... its in the German "Zoll" (customs) for 5 days now.
Hopefully they do not find the hidden Vodka deposit in the cartridge! Cool

Par AndreV

Expert (97)

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24-08-2020, 19:13

Mine stil in Saint Petersburg, for more than 2 weeks. don't know what they found but the bottle is empty.

Par RadicalR

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24-08-2020, 20:34

Mine has been stuck in St. Petersburg since July 30.

I'm starting to wonder if I'll ever see it.

Par AndreV

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24-08-2020, 21:02

Mine since 2 august

Par RadicalR

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24-08-2020, 21:07

AndreV wrote:

Mine since 2 august

Ah, at least, we'll suffer together.

Par AndreV

Expert (97)

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24-08-2020, 21:35

What i Read,it can take up to 3 months

Par Alexey

Guardian (2892)

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25-08-2020, 10:05

Sometimes packages from Russia arrive within 3-4 weeks, but it could take 8 and more weeks in some cases. Not sure what it depends on. But in the Corona times it could take even longer.

Par bsittler

Expert (73)

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25-08-2020, 18:57

Not from RBSC, but I recently received a package from Yeysk (a BK 0010-01, not MSX but a different old computer) that took over five months from Russia to US (California). For most of the time tracking showed it in a Russian Post facility near Moscow. I assume pandemic is responsible. Eventually it arrived in good condition. I think patience and understanding may be called for, people are doing their best but the situation is troublesome

Par Maxiol

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25-08-2020, 19:08

I understand your excitement, but believe me, all parcels will reach the addressees.
for this we do everything we can - namely, we make an application to search for parcels that get stuck in one place for more than the prescribed time.

based on experience, it definitely helps. we had the experience of sending the Sunrise controller to Madagascar, so it got stuck for 2 months somewhere in Africa, but after being put on the wanted list, it went and got to the addressee within 2 weeks.

Par Maxiol

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25-08-2020, 20:29

Status of August 26, 2020

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