Big in Japan (Proxy)n/a
- 6 feedbacks
- French don't know how to do business to save their lives.
10% - 8 days ago (Updated 8 days ago) - ElixirI emailed BIJ's proxy address June '13 with an inquiry. They immediately sent a PayPal invoice, to which I replied saying I was only making an inquiry - not an order. They blocked my email.
Sept '13, emailed them with another inquiry. No reply. I then emailed them in Oct '13, questioning the lack of response. No reply.
This is the second time I've fallen victim to French business practice. The first being Nippon-Yasan.
These stores don't care about you, you're nothing but money to them.
- Excellent for getting Exclusives
89% - 1 month ago - heathersaurTheir forwarding service is very easy and almost hassle free. Great for ordering from Animate Online Shop.
Packaging and shipping is excellent.
- Great Shop
77% - 9 months ago - PsychAliceVery good shop ;)
- Very Good Company.
100% - 1 year ago (Updated 1 year ago) - EpicTristanUsed Three Times Now, Very good for buying from Amazon Japan, Very Well packed (When Paying For The Repacking), Had one order arrive there on the morning, Sent me a payment notification, and was dispatched on the same day, A Really Good Company.
- adequate Amazon.jp connection
98% - 1 year ago - 4catdoormanGreat help accessing "bargains" listed in Amazon.jp that I wouldn't be allowed to purchase any other way as a non-resident. Although $5 ticket for opportunity to use proxy is nominal be prepared to be somewhat surprised if their add-on acquisition percentage per item purchased isn't reviewed beforehand or taken into account. BIJ does provide a breakdown and adequate explanation of how their price add-on is determined.
Instructions for proxy use are excellent though I'm sure as a first timer I probably took longer than normal figuring the right procedure for forwarding. BIJ wasted little ti
- Good proxy for Japanese shops
95% - 1 year ago - geckosVery useful service, in my opinion - they provide the Japanese address and take a small fee for processing/repackaging (if needed) while I make the order and pay for it myself (the shop must support PayPal, though). Not suitable for Yahoo, but, for many cases it is the cheapest option available.
- 6 feedbacks