Has Brexit caused you any problems yet?

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Has Brexit caused you any problems yet?

Postby Oh Dear » Sat Jan 23, 2021 5:29 am

Has for me. We send and received a lot of stock to and fro Europe. Nothing is getting fucking anywhere at the moment. Even Northern Ireland is a no go. Massive international shippers like UPS have stopped sending to mainland Ireland along with twats like My Hermes. It's a real arseache, and is going to have a big effect on us even when it calms down.

Even international payments are avoid the UK now. I read that on the first day i think it was, 99% of international payments that would have gone through London, went to Paris instead.

I thought it was going to be bad, but I think Brexit is going to catastrophic.

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Re: Has Brexit caused you any problems yet?

Postby Bill Kilgore » Sat Jan 23, 2021 9:12 am

None at all.

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Re: Has Brexit caused you any problems yet?

Postby Lap » Sat Jan 23, 2021 10:25 am

Yes. Ordered a 200€ sound bar / sub woofer from Curry's Ireland.
Turns out its stuck in the UK as they didn't have that model available here to ship/ collect
The logistics company DPD announced at the start of the week they were suspending all deliveries from UK>>IRELAND as it is such a fuck up .
Awaiting any news.
Meanwhile the old sound system has suddenly kicked back into the beast it once was..

too late

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Re: Has Brexit caused you any problems yet?

Postby Damie Karras » Sat Jan 23, 2021 11:13 pm

Yes. Ordered a 200€ sound bar / sub woofer from Curry's Ireland.
Turns out its stuck in the UK as they didn't have that model available here to ship/ collect
The logistics company DPD announced at the start of the week they were suspending all deliveries from UK>>IRELAND as it is such a fuck up .
Awaiting any news.
Meanwhile the old sound system has suddenly kicked back into the beast it once was..

too late
Similarly as mentioned in the other thread, my new American fridge freezer ordered from curry's took 6 weeks to deliver. Had I have know I'd have bought it in a local store

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Re: Has Brexit caused you any problems yet?

Postby Damie Karras » Tue Jan 26, 2021 7:48 am

Good luck

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This must add about 5 quid to .com purchases including digital content

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Re: Has Brexit caused you any problems yet?

Postby Oh Dear » Tue Jan 26, 2021 8:01 am

It's going to be much worse than we thought.

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Re: Has Brexit caused you any problems yet?

Postby Bill Kilgore » Tue Jan 26, 2021 9:37 am

Switch to Visa or use PayPal :icon_confused:

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Re: Has Brexit caused you any problems yet?

Postby Damie Karras » Tue Jan 26, 2021 9:42 am

Switch to Visa or use PayPal :icon_confused:
Do you really think that visa aren't going to profit while MC are? Or PayPal for that matter

Don't you need a MC or visa join PayPal and make exchanges anyway

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Re: Has Brexit caused you any problems yet?

Postby Bill Kilgore » Tue Jan 26, 2021 9:50 am

PayPal you can use your credit/debit card(s) or link it directly to your bank account. Even if not that, there will be ways. Everyone is using the separation anxiety to make a quick buck. Give it time to settle it will all be fine.

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Re: Has Brexit caused you any problems yet?

Postby Lap » Thu Jan 28, 2021 7:19 am

WHERE'S MY FUCKING SOUND STUFF!!!!


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