Amazon shopping from Nigeria: How does it work?Multidox | Forum
Home | General | ( 5 ) | Subscribe | Post reply Posted by Nonso on Saturday November 7, 2015 9:2:29:
There are many things I've seen on Amazon that I want to buy from Nigeria but I don't know how it works and if they can deliver outside the USA since it is not a Nigerian website. If they will deliver it, I also want to know how I'm going to receive it, how long it is going to take and If I'm going to pay any extra fees other than what I've paid to them when shopping. I need your advice please. How do I also pay them since their items are listed in US dollars? Will I do a bank transfer? Do I need a domiciliary account?
Re: Amazon shopping from Nigeria: How does it work? Posted by Gbenga on Saturday November 7, 2015 at 9:4:19: Amazon sells to Nigerians as long as you have enough money in your bank account and are paying them with Visa or Mastercard which are now issued by Nigerian banks. It doesn't matter if it is a Naira or Dollar card but as long as there is enough money there, they will accept your order. I've made some successful orders with them and they deliver straight to Nigeria.
Re: Amazon shopping from Nigeria: How does it work? Posted by Femitex on Saturday November 7, 2015 at 9:6:6: No, you don't need a domiciliary account to shop on Amazon although having one that is linked to a Visa or Mastercard can help you avoid the exchange rate issues. You can pay with your ATM card as long as it's Visa or Mastercard. Verve cards don't work on Amazon.com.
Re: Amazon shopping from Nigeria: How does it work? Posted by Solanke on Saturday November 7, 2015 at 9:36:37: Amazon can deliver outside the USA and directly to Nigeria sef. I've purchased some cool things from them and they delivered to me in Nigeria using UPS. Apart from the purchase cost of the items you are buying, you also have to make payment for the international shipping fee by UPS and Import fees deposit.
Re: Amazon shopping from Nigeria: How does it work? Posted by Felix Okol on Saturday November 7, 2015 at 9:40:57: @Nonso, Amazon now sends a lot of things directly to Nigeria and they'll tell you in advance how much everything will be before you place your order and you can make payments with your Naira card from Nigeria. There are now more things that they can ship directly to Nigeria and there are things that they don't ship directly yet. I'VE purchased flash drives from them and they delivered to me within 5 working days. I've also purchased laptops from them but they didn't deliver that directly and so for those things they don't deliver to Nigeria yet, I made use of a US shipping company that helped receive my laptops in the USA in the USA and then forwarded it to me in Nigeria using DHL or Fedex.Yes, Amazon now ships many things to Nigeria directly but if there are things they can't send to you yet, you can always make use of a US shipping company.
Re: Amazon shopping from Nigeria: How does it work? Posted by Prepaid card in Nigeria on Tuesday January 26, 2016 at 22:57:20: Truly, Amazon now deliver to Nigeria but the items they deliver varies. The website will let you know if the item you are buying can be deliver to you in Nigeria or not.
I have bought few things from the website and they were delivered to me in Nigeria.
For making, I always make pay with a Visa Prepaid Debit card from SkoyPay.
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