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    need you help - Shipping ball python to Philippines..

    do you know any breeder? whom had an experience shipping ball pythons to Philippines?

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    Are you certified for getting approved for a CITIES permit. Without that you cant ship international. And its NOT CHEAP and can take weeks to months unless your friends with Wilbanks who has same day CITIES.

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    Re: need you help - Shipping ball python to Philippines..

    Quote Originally Posted by RichsBallPythons View Post
    Are you certified for getting approved for a CITIES permit. Without that you cant ship international. And its NOT CHEAP and can take weeks to months unless your friends with Wilbanks who has same day CITIES.
    The purchaser does not need CITES paperwork to import, only an import permit if his country requires it. You are correct that it is costly to ship international. Also, Mike is not the only person that has same day CITES. Anyone can get that. As a matter of fact, I have CITES docs sitting on my desk waiting for an international customer to place an order.
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    Re: need you help - Shipping ball python to Philippines..

    uhmmm "it suppose to be need your help^^

    ive contacted bhb and j. kolby's .. uhmm the shipment is worth 800 - 1000 usd..
    uhmm its kinda pricy.. plus the fact that i need documents and import permits.. ohh dang..

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    Re: need you help - Shipping ball python to Philippines..

    Quote Originally Posted by muddoc View Post
    The purchaser does not need CITES paperwork to import, only an import permit if his country requires it. You are correct that it is costly to ship international. Also, Mike is not the only person that has same day CITES. Anyone can get that. As a matter of fact, I have CITES docs sitting on my desk waiting for an international customer to place an order.
    had you shipped to our country before?

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    Shipment will be expensive and some breeders will require a minimun amount to ship there.

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    Re: need you help - Shipping ball python to Philippines..

    Quote Originally Posted by rexrem View Post
    Shipment will be expensive and some breeders will require a minimun amount to ship there.
    yah.. 800-1000USD.. minimun of 4500USD order..

    gonna find a way to shipped it here.. imagine.. the pastel in USD-Peso would be 3k.. and sold here for 8k+.. wata!

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    Re: need you help - Shipping ball python to Philippines..

    And now you know why.

    I had the same idea when I first joined and saw the price difference between the USA and the UK.

    But, by the time I worked out the costs and restrictions involved, I could see why not many people have the ability to import well.

    Everything that comes in has to be housed (and quarantined from any existing collection ), fed and checked before being put up for sale and you need to have the financial stability to survive if they do not sell straight away.


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    My minimum to ship outside the US is $5000 and the buyer pays for all fees. It's not worth the time and paperwork for less then that. CITES has never taken me more then 7 business days to get processed.

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    Re: need you help - Shipping ball python to Philippines..

    Quote Originally Posted by momoo831 View Post
    had you shipped to our country before?
    No. The closest I have shipped to the Phillipines is Hong Kong.
    Last edited by muddoc; 05-09-2011 at 12:16 PM.
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