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International transport and delivery in France.

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Hello,

 

This may not be the right section but I wanted to keep you informed.

 

You sent me a replacement Thursday, February 20, 2014. It was supported by DHL.

 

This package arrived in France on 21 Februa 2014.

 

He remained pending until Monday, February 24, 2014 for support by Mory Ducros. And it is still drawn on Paris Thursday, February 27, 2014 ...

 

Since I do not have any news. :evil:

 

Mory Ducros in France is on the edge of bankruptcy. It takes a long time to deliver the parcel. It is unorganized and finally, I can not know if I'll be delivered.

 

Please change the carrier to France. Many problems are to be expected in the future with the DHL service. Furthermore we have no certainty that things will happen in a state.

 

I do not know how long I'll have to wait to fix my machine. And the last thing I need to have is to wait. :sad:

 

Thank you.

 

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