When you move to the Philippines, one of the important things you need to consider is how you will get your mail from “back home” after you are here. I use a service called “MyUS,” which is part of Access USA, a company that has been in the mail forwarding business for many, many years already. I personally have been using MyUS for about 6 or 7 years now, and have always been very happy with their service.
LiP Web Magazine has partnered with MyUS.com to offer convenient, fast international shipping to expats who live in the Philippines. MyUS.com members receive deeply discounted shipping rates, exceptional customer service, 24/7 online access to their account, and access to other services.
Sign up with MyUS.com and receive your own U.S. street address to receive merchandise and regular mail. Purchases can be made from any website or store within the U.S. Those items are shipped to your U.S. address, where MyUS.com provides specialized international package forwarding services from your new U.S. address to your Philippine address.
Note: Use MyUS.com’s Personal Shopper service to make a purchase from websites that do not accept international credit cards or those with international billing addresses. MyUs.com accepts all major credit cards and also accept wire transfers, and will make the purchase on your behalf.
Follow these two steps for international delivery:
1. Get your own U.S. address in America at www.MyUS.com.
2. Use your new U.S. address, provided by MyUS.com, when placing your order on U.S. websites.
If you are ordering multiple items, you’ll enjoy the most savings by using MyUS.com Premium Service. This gives you the ability to consolidate packages, which saves you even more on international shipping.
If you would like magazines, letters and catalogs from the U.S. the Premium+Mail service is for you.
I am happy to personally endorse the services of MyUS, and I am sure that you will be as happy with their services as I have been. In short, unless service is good… I don’t stick with a company for the long term!