Here are some few tips to remember and bring:
- Before proceeding to window 30, make sure you have the notice slip. Notice slip is of course a sheet of paper with your package tracking number, name, address and etc.
- A photocopy of your two valid id's and if you're claiming a package for someone, you know the drill. authorization letter and valid id's, people.
- customs = money (pay up, betch!) It's mandatory to pay them 40 pesos otherwise they won't release your package. It's a bit funny cause I redeemed this item for free but it's not really. I was even expecting next door delivery.
- bring an iPod, cell phones must be fully charged to keep you entertained. the queue is really long so bring anything to kill the time.
These steps are written still under the assumption that our local post office doesn't change the sequence of services offered in every window. But it's the government. It would take time if we want change. I'm no longer wondering why it's called snail mail. Waiting is really difficult.
|My own Mr. Postman with my new shoes <3|
But I am so glad I got my hands and feet on my shoes! After nearly two months, they finally found their way to me. I am all giddy and even my boyfriend approved. He really got good taste with shoes. He's even jealous for sure. I'm so happy with my Chucks I can even wear them while sleeping. I'm taking them out for a strut. All smiles for me now. Thank you to the entire team of Chictopia. You guys are the best!