Prezoom

October 4th, 2012 at 4:00 pm by David Farrar

Those wanting to order stuff from overseas may be interested in Prezoom. You can order stuff in the UK and US to a local address there, and they then ship it to NZ. Cost is $19.50 for first 1/2 kg and then $4.50 for every 1/2 kg after that.

The NZ Post service is $23.00 for first 1/2 kg and then $10.50 for every 1/2 kg after that.

Hoping some competition will see prices for both firms head down.

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9 Responses to “Prezoom”

  1. PreZoomNZ (1 comment) says:

    PreZoom’s US service received a great reception from customers in New Zealand.

    We’ve just raised the service standard again by adding PreZoom service from the United Kingdom to the New Zealand market. Now PreZoom members can add their British favourites to an already vast selection of stores and brands by using PreZoom’s local UK address for their British online shopping.

    Our low-cost service receives your purchases from merchants, processes and ships them to New Zealand, tracks along the way and delivers right to your door in New Zealand.

    Our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/PreZoomNewZealand is a popular 2-way customer service channel that we monitor around the clock. Customers ask us questions, chit-chat and give us great feedback. Our 24/7 support for that channel helps to make shipping US and UK online purchases as trouble-free as possible.

    Signing up with us is free at http://www.PreZoom.co.nz

    Follow us at http://www.twitter.com/PreZoomMktg

    Thanks.
    PreZoom Team

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  2. dime (9,442 comments) says:

    thanks for this DPF.

    Ill give prezoom a crack

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  3. Longknives (4,464 comments) says:

    Does Prezoom deal in high-class hookers Dime?

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  4. dime (9,442 comments) says:

    Dime has no use for “high-class” hookers :D

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  5. Longknives (4,464 comments) says:

    Ever the bargain-hunter eh?

    Call him a snob but Longknives prefers them with all their teeth…

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  6. big bruv (13,311 comments) says:

    I will have you all know that Dime is now a respectable suburban bachelor.

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  7. Johnboy (14,998 comments) says:

    Shit that’s only $24 as opposed to $33.50 for my next k of Crack!!

    Man I luv free enterprise! :)

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  8. willtruth (245 comments) says:

    I thought this looked great. Then I used the calculator. It says it will cost $394.25 to send a package that is 50cmx50cmx50cm and 0.5kg. WTF?

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  9. prezoomer (2 comments) says:

    willtruth, you have a couple of things going on here. 50x50x50cm is a LARGE package. What is it, exactly, especially if it only weighs 500g? Please see our website or Facebook page about Dimensional Weight. That’s part of it. The second part of it is the value. Depending on what you’re getting, if the value exceeds between NZD$200 and NZD360, there will be customs duties, GST and a High Value Clearance fee as well. Whatever you’re putting in there, it’s over the minimum value. It’s the combination of these two things that’s doing it.

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