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Posted by: Cordillia Tan
« on: July 24, 2017, 12:11:55 pm »

Anyone interested?

Sephora US got a bigger range of items to pick from  :-* I'm gonna be ordering all the brand new stuff from Sephora.com (it's just the US site, no fake stuff!) Will send the order confirmation from Sephora after ordering.

Exchange rate US to SGD: 1.43 (Courtesy of RateX)

I usually do Mass Orders from Amazon too! (So the freight fwding costs are lower!)


T&Cs:
Orders will be processed after payment.
There will be no extra/hidden charges after final quoted price.
Not be responsible for defective/wrong items shipped.
Not be responsible for damaged or lost items during shipping/delivery.
No changes and cancellations after payment made with Amazon/Sephora.
Join only if you’re comfortable waiting.
Reserve the right to reject orders, without any reason
Reserve the right to cancel any orders, but refunds will be given.
Not held responsible if there are shipment delays from Amazon/Sephora or the freight forwarder.

FAQ:
How do I know where my shipment is?
Sephora shipment number will be provided. Freight forwarding tracking number will be provided as well :)

Can I trust you?
I'm an intern at RateX, a start-up company founded to help consumer save on exchange rates! All our transactions will be processed at the Google Rate (cheaper than money changers), but for the MOs, we will be charging 1.43 for the US to SGD rate to account for any fluctuations between your purchase and our order placement with Amazon/Sephora.

You can find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/RateX-194127197634012/
Also, here's a feature on straitstimes: http://www.straitstimes.com/business/companies-markets/start-ups-disrupt-local-forex-scene

If you have any other questions, feel free to PM me! Cheers 😉