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CRlover
5/11/2019 11:26 EST

Im about to embark on a long south east asia excursion, to make you tube videos, teach english and contemplate life!I have started to pick up momentum on a phone app called "offer up" since my ebay or amazon profiles never took off.My question was to any expats out there, I know sourcing tips are kind of hush hush since it is a shrinking monopoly but can you give me ANY tips; rayban /oakley sunglasses, jeans, little trinkets that would be hot in the USA(nothing electronic obviously not to get into warranties,fails).How does it work to send big boxes to the states via mail?Does anyone know any retailers that deal on alli express
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shirleyAKJDental
5/31/2019 05:31 EST

SF Express can deliver goods from China to US, or you can find logistics company to handle this for you.

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