If anyone is thinking of sending gifts to friends or relatives in Argentina, it's a good idea to ask the person how they would like to receive them.
Not a good idea to just walk to a post office, post the item and expect it to arrive in a few days, because it probably won't.
Many people have stuff sent to neighbouring Uruguay if they know people there or ask a friend to bring in their luggage if they happen to be travelling to BA.
I know this from personal experience.
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September 21, 2015
You mentioned that 2 items per year?
I sent the Arturia Beatstep but it was sent back due to difficulties.(He didn't have something updated to receive the item) So, will this count as a second send when I do?
As for the FX processor, I still need to know if it's a worthy upgrade from his current Phenom II X4 840 processor. As a DJ, he renders audio, video, and images, plus gaming.
Yes, 2 items per year to a total value of $25 per shot, if you can believe that.
Anything over that and your friend has to register himself as an importer and pay 50% tax on the declared value. It was probably sent back because he was wearing the wrong coloured socks or more likely that he didn't complete the paperwork correctly.
I would imagine this would count as his first since the original never made it.
The 8350 is an 8 core CPU, the 840 is 4 core. I have the 8320 which I've overclocked to 4 Ghz which turns it into an 8350 effectively.
Check that his mobo is compatible too.
Oh and when you put a value on the package, you may need to be imaginative.
Best of luck
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