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jefferz940
03-10-2017, 12:28 PM
Hi all, as some of you may be familiar with the e-pack/comc platform and some may not be... but the rates they are wanting to charge us for shipping our cards we already over pay for online, are...

jefferz940
03-10-2017, 03:40 PM
any thoughts by anyone? 24 views and nothing.....

maddmaxx17
03-10-2017, 04:08 PM
signed - I agree - it's ridiculous

jefferz940
03-10-2017, 05:26 PM
great, thanks.... we are looking to hit 100 at least.

CJsHockeyCards
03-10-2017, 05:49 PM
I signed this as well. I like the e-Pack site because it's convenient as I do not have a LCS. Closest one to me is about 30-35 minutes away. That being said, sometimes they do not carry some products since hockey isn't as big in North Carolina. The amount to get the cards shipped to me is honestly ridiculous. Especially when you have a lot of cards on the site and they don't properly package them.

oilers90
03-10-2017, 05:55 PM
signed as well.

brander1
03-11-2017, 08:38 PM
Signed

jefferz940
03-13-2017, 10:14 AM
thanks guys.... it's slow moving but we will get there to 100 signatures !

Soldan
03-13-2017, 04:21 PM
I signed this as well. I like the e-Pack site because it's convenient as I do not have a LCS. Closest one to me is about 30-35 minutes away. That being said, sometimes they do not carry some products since hockey isn't as big in North Carolina. The amount to get the cards shipped to me is honestly ridiculous. Especially when you have a lot of cards on the site and they don't properly package them.

Signed.

Also, I'm jealous you're in NC, I would have driven that 30 miles to get that "rookie" card of the eq. manager. :)

CJsHockeyCards
03-13-2017, 04:30 PM
I actually did! Got a couple of them too!
Signed.

Also, I'm jealous you're in NC, I would have driven that 30 miles to get that "rookie" card of the eq. manager. :)

Soldan
03-13-2017, 04:37 PM
I actually did! Got a couple of them too!

That's awesome!

Maggot
03-13-2017, 04:49 PM
any thoughts by anyone? 24 views and nothing.....

Can you provide actual examples of what it costs to ship x_amount of cards to region_x, other than more than a car transmission? I am genuinely curious since I have never done it before. It may help your cause of gaining signatures as well.
Are their high rates an effort to push people into submitting them to COMC?

Soldan
03-14-2017, 04:24 PM
I tweeted e_pack, they replied and tagged COMC on it. Maybe something will come of it yet.

https://twitter.com/UpperDeckE_Pack/status/841745896454873088

23seancox
03-15-2017, 02:44 PM
I agree, I received my cards from COMC today, using the ship to me option on epack. I paid $27.00 for shipping (cheapest option) and the postage stamped on the envelope was $4.00. I agree that there should be a standard shipping rate based on amount of cards being shipped. Also, why are they charging import fees when my cards came from BC? I live in Canada, my cards are shipped from Canada yet I pay an import fee on an item that I own? UD should be refunding people these import fees!

CJsHockeyCards
03-15-2017, 03:57 PM
I have no problem paying for postage in receiving the cards off e-Pack, but it should be a more reasonable price. Also, I don't like how you have to pay for every single card. I had 100+ cards delivered to me a couple of months ago. It cost me over 50$! I'm already paying for packs/boxes on the site.

jefferz940
03-22-2017, 11:57 AM
the conversation has been started, thanks everyone for the input so far... lets get some more signatures on this thing !

From what I have been seeing is its $4.00 postage + $0.25 per card (not including and taxes and import fees at the border)..

so right there you buy a box on ePack and you overpay for it because of the parallels and achievements possible by combining online... so now you want to ship you box home...that another $4 + say $0.25 x 100 cards = another $25.... and god only knows how much at the borders... u mean to tell me it costs $30+ USD to ship 100 cards home?

For the most part on ePacks we have 1,000's of cards in collections.... example i have 5,000+ do the math.... it would cost me an additional $1,250 + USD to get these cards in my hands...