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Re: Ship From Any States In U.S.A To Nigeria by rainmaker12(m): 9:06am On Jun 27, 2016
onyekachilady:
AdeLove Shipping's security is too tight. If you are YAHOO Boyz, trust me there will never be way for you using their service. It will definitely be a turn off for you. Try your logistic somewhere else.
What is this one saying, i guess they will be checking peoples system to find yahoo boys. Excuse for a shitty service.

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Re: Ship From Any States In U.S.A To Nigeria by debybeautyworld(f): 10:49am On Jul 19, 2017
This is really serious
Re: Ship From Any States In U.S.A To Nigeria by iykofias(m): 11:23am On Jul 20, 2017
debybeautyworld:
This is really serious
hmmm, u haven't even seen anything. It takes a strong heart(one void of hbp) to deal with them. Ignore those rags at d top front page, they were ask to do just that.
Re: Ship From Any States In U.S.A To Nigeria by PeterAkin: 9:13am On Aug 26, 2017
God is your Muscle @adelove shipping

Re: Ship From Any States In U.S.A To Nigeria by bamisefarms: 1:53am On Oct 26, 2017
I want to buy an Apple iPhone 7plus from Kansas,how many days will it take before I can get it here?,how much is my shipping fee?

Kindly reply so that I can decide on what to do sir
Re: Ship From Any States In U.S.A To Nigeria by sam1358: 1:27am On Dec 08, 2017
There are some confusion as far as if Form M number is required or not for shipping to Nigeria . I have seen some article saying you should have the Form M number and some others are saying you dont need that ,
The main questions is why if we dont have it and problem comes during the clearence:
http://usgshipping.com/index.php/shipping-to-africa-from-usa/shipping-to-west-africa/shipping-to-nigeria-from-usa

I think we should have clear information in this regard..
Re: Ship From Any States In U.S.A To Nigeria by fastlane7(m): 11:11pm On May 09
After reading all the comments here, I decided to give Adelove shipping a try on February 21, 2018. Everything was going smoothly initially. I was shipping my three boxes from Ohio, and was told the Fedex shipping was free from Ohio to Texas. I got the shipping labels for the 3 boxes sent to me by a guy named Dee, who seemed to know what he was doing and was very professional. When I needed to pay for the 3 boxes, I had Mr Tolu send me the cost of the 3 boxes, which I paid for, in Naira on February 21, 2018.

Unfortunately, one of the 3 boxes was damaged by Fedex in transit from Ohio to Texas, which I sorted out with them (Fedex) and got reimbursed. A couple of weeks later, a woman called Oreoluwa who works Adelove shipping told me my boxes had arrived and I should give her my final destination info, which I did.

Several weeks later, thinking that my packages were in Nigeria, I sent her a Whatsapp message to find out what was next, and when I would get the refund for my 3rd box that didn't make it to Texas, even though I paid for its shipping to Nigeria. It was then she started coming up with different means of charging me additional fees.

First, she said because my packages weighed less than 50 LB, they would charge me the Fedex shipping cost which was supposed to be free. I told her the two boxes weighed 77 LB. She still went ahead and charged me for the shipping, saying each package weighed less than 50 LB. She refused to listen. Because they already had my payment, she felt she could simply deduct the Fedex shipping cost. She also decided to use that day's exchange rate to convert the money I had already paid because she saw the rates for that day was higher than the one used the previous month when I made my payment.

She then told me my shipping to Port Harcourt would cost me another $80, which I was not told initially. Though I wasn't surprised by it, I wish I was told beforehand. After all her additional charges, I was left with N11,970 to be refunded. Each time I asked for my refund, Oreoluwa would tell me I would get it but she wasn't an accountant. I guess she wanted to tell me she wasn't the accountant. I took her for her words and patiently waited for my package to get to Port Harcourt. The packages finally got to Port Harcourt in April, but were not released to my nephew until April 24.

I sent Tolu and Dee a WhatsApp message expressing how frustrated I was. They got in touch with Oreoluwa and eventually, refunded my N11,970 on April 26th, 2018.

My experience with Adelove shipping was awful and frustrating, to say the least. I will never use them again because of Oreoluwa who didn't seem to have a clue of how business is done. I felt she was very greedy. She was all about money but failed to understand the need to respect her customer. Both Tolu and Dee were great to work with, but Oreoluwa seems to be their boss and therefore dictates for them.
Re: Ship From Any States In U.S.A To Nigeria by Bobopupa: 12:41pm On May 25
Oh hey, never got around to. I Started buying local, to grow local �.

tspun:
have u tried them?

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