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Thread: Custom Strikes in Australia causing delay?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sion

    I think it is faster to walk to the house and deliver the item yourself if it is within the same suburb.
    I agree!
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    Actually, local and interstate mail only takes about 2 days for a letter, and no more than 2 weeks for a parcel (usually 1 week).
    It is the camera, not the photographer.
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    I should at least wait awhile more. then see how.

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    12 business days later and the wait carries on...

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    Quote Originally Posted by basherbomb
    12 business days later and the wait carries on...
    Push it to 14, then 21. Then after that you pretty much forget until you receive a nice surprise in the mail. Then you remember you had something on the way.
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