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Restore shipping to all countries, including India, Malaysia, Israel, Mexico, Russia and others.

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Korean beauty retailer Memebox stopped shipping worldwide on March 31. On April 19, they reinstated shipping to 31 countries viz., Australia, Belarus, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hongkong, Hungary, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Singapore,  Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Ukraine, United Kingdom and the U.S.

Unfortunately, they have excluded many countries from Asia, Africa and Latin America - virtually the whole of South Asia, South East Asia and the Middle East (the whole of Asia except for Japan, China, Taiwan and Singapore) and two whole continents have been struck off the list for no reason. And the largest country in the world, Russia, has also been left out. Why?

At least 60 boxes have been purchased in India alone before the ban, with no customs problems. Why this discrimination against some countries alone? Why is our money of any less value than that of the customers from those 31 countries? Memebox has been very generous to them, with vouchers and welcome-back discounts, not to mention release of several new boxes.

They have shipped worldwide and delivered their boxes to the countries that have been left out, so why leave them out at all now? Either ship to all countries or ship to none! Since Memebox was shipping worldwide before with no hassles, there really is no excuse, especially when customers are prepared to pay the shipping charges.

This petition (if you have read it till this point) is to get Memebox to restore shipping to all the countries where they have had paying customers and to stop discriminating against so-called developing countries. Our money is as good as anyone else's.



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