Best Parcel Forwarding Services for International Shoppers

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Canada, Asia & Pacific Parcel Forwarders

AUS Freight Forwarder

Australia Freight Forwarder gives an Australian address in Sydney. Their plans come with a price tag but they do have a promo in which you simply put in a code and your trial begins. The free storage days begin at 7 and go up till 60… And, if you sign up for their address via us, you get $10 AUD towards your shipment. Do keep in mind that none of the plans are on a recurring basis; each plan has a 30-day validity. One interesting thing they claim in their assisted purchase service is that they can be asked for various services like gift certificates, student loans, credit card payments, internet services, subscriptions, memberships, utility bills and electronic downloads. But you better contact them first and inquire. You can get in touch with the reps via phone, email, Skype and the contact form. They don’t advertise their email for some reason but they have mentioned their email address on their pricing page. Their reps are very good but just keep in mind that their prices are in AUD and not USD and henceforth their office/warehouse timings are also in a different time zone.

Canadian Address

The website may put you off in the beginning, but the person behind it is very legit. You get an address in Quebec, Canada for $20 CAD which is just a one-time fee. You also get 30 days of free storage but there are charges for other services like every incoming package is $10, every letter is $2 and every scan is $3. CanadianAddress ship parcels worldwide but for now, they only accept payments via PayPal. They use UPS, FedEx, DHL, Aramex and CanadaPost to ship items. You can read their reviews on their company page at Google+. You can contact them via email or phone and the response time is very good!


Parcl forwarding service

Parcl is a community of forwarders which essentially means that you can buy any item from anywhere across the globe from verified individuals who will buy, pack and ship your items to where you want. The fantastic bit is that you can actually look up all forwarders and see where they are delivering from, delivering to, rating, achievements, reviews, destination routes, shipping/courier services they offer, extra services they offer and the usual stuff like since when they are registered, verified or not, online/offline and also if they are taking order currently or closed because of too many orders. To process your payments, Parcl uses PayPal for direct payment from account to account and even just PayPal checkout (for non-PayPal users). So next time you want an item from Bangladesh to Hong Kong, pick Parcl – because their community is established and growing.

SOS Mail Solutions

SOS Mail gives a free address in Queensland, Australia and if you want unlimited days of free storage… then you should definitely get an address with them. That’s right, unlimited days of storage space. They cater to businesses, mails, and parcel. Their services are explained better in their about section so do read up on that because their business solution offers photocopying/printing, fax forwarding, banking & virtual assistant services. They charge for consolidation of parcels and only under special conditions do they offer personal shopper service. They ship via DHL, FedEx, and Australia Post and, they accept payments via PayPal, direct deposits and wire transfers only. They also provide a sample account so you can see how things work and look, but you need to email them first for them to give you special access. You can contact them via phone, email, contact form, fax etc.

Aussie Mail Man

AussieMailMan is a mail and parcel forwarding service giving you a PO Box address in Sydney, Australia but, for snail mail and very small parcels only. They can forward your mail and parcels to you anywhere in the world. There is no setup fee or a monthly fee but if you are going to use them then there are two plans; standard and gold. You can either forward your mail as is or have it scanned and view it directly from your online dashboard. They ship parcels and mails via Australia Post and accept payments via Checks, credit cards, PayPal and direct deposits. You can contact them via phone, SMS, email and/or fax. They have extra services available as well, so do get in touch with them if you have specific requests such as check deposit etc.

Shop & Ship

Shop and Ship

Shop & Ship is powered by Aramex. They have a signup fee of $45 but in return they give 24 shipping addresses all over the world! Unfortunately, Shop & Ship  do not ship parcels everywhere; but to only 80 countries. There is no free storage because they don’t do consolidation; they ship items as they arrive. If you ship certain items, they give you $10 towards shipping. They give addresses in the US, the UK, China, Turkey, UAE, India, South Africa, Hong Kong, Germany, Italy, Spain, France, Singapore, Canada, Malaysia and many more. We have covered US, UK, EU, Hong Kong, Germany, France, Canada, and China address providers but for the other countries, you can get those from ShopandShip.

This service is not claimed on SiteJabber, however you can go ahead and read the reviews there. But you will notice that someone in our comments section has come forward and said that he is ‘extremely happy with them’, so that should account for a recent review and the person also says that he has been using them for over a year now. There is no contact number to call for questions and clarifications (till you have signed-up). Alternatively, they are on Twitter, so please use the handle @shopandship (and you will find their email address mentioned there as well).

Have you used any other parcel forwarding service that you are happy with? Mention the name below in comments & your experience with them, and after vetting them myself, I’ll add it to this list [in the next update].

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Last updated: April ’19

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*** DONT USE SKYPAX AT ANY COST *** *** STAY AWAY FROM SKYPAX *** It cost me more than 150usd to ship a regular 7 pound box from USA tu canada. – import fee is hidden – custom clearance cost me 30usd – have to pay tax again in Canada… Read more »


This is indeed unfortunate Michael. I hope you see that we havent endorsed them on our list here and I hope you aren’t using our platform to simply vent regarding your experience with them. As long as this is a cautionary tale for others, its fine…


If I wanted to buy a watch from a seller in Europe that doesn’t ship to the United States what service should I use? Thanks!

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