Computer parts manufacturers with RMA depot in Canada?
Update: $16 brokerage and duty. See my comment below.
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Crucial treats Canadian customers like shit. For American customers they pay for shipping both ways. Once they hear you're from Canada it's only 1 way they pay shipping for.hagbard wrote: ↑May 15th, 2018 9:51 amHaving to send back some Crucial RAM to the States with the risk of brokerage and taxes at this end (and the cost with insurance almost as much as the ram so I'm forgoing insurance). Next time around I want to avoid shipping to the states, which manufacturers have RMA depots in Canada?
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Now that you mention it, I recall rma to Kingston about five years ago for an SSD, they did pick up the tab both ways (send a shipping label). Guess I'll go with them in the future. Right now I need ram manufacturers who RMA in canada or pay both ways to the states.aaron158 wrote: ↑May 15th, 2018 11:41 amKingston lets u use there fedex account to pay for 2 day shipping to there warehouse in the us then they ship u a replacement by 2 day shipping back never been charged any fees because they fill out the customs papers the right way so fees aren't charged on warranty replacement.
logitech and intel use ups also never get charged any fees from them they also provide pre paid labels.
asus seagate, western digital and antec are 3 that do have warehouses in canada but they make u pay for shipping.
Noctua and nzxt. Noctua ships from overseas and Noctua from usa but i know Noctua they will just ask for your invoice and ask u to send a pick of the item destroyed. i believe nzxt does this also if your from canada.
May 15th, 2018 1:18 pm
Kingston is the only one i can think of that i know for sure will pay both ways. ive heard some people can sometimes get a shipping label from corsair. but i'm not sure on that one as when i rma a water cooler with them they said no but when i needed case parts they just sent the part without needing the old part back.hagbard wrote: ↑May 15th, 2018 1:07 pmNow that you mention it, I recall rma to Kingston about five years ago for an SSD, they did pick up the tab both ways (send a shipping label). Guess I'll go with them in the future. Right now I need ram manufacturers who RMA in canada or pay both ways to the states.
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