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October 16, 2017, 06:59:45 PM
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I figured I would start a topic specifically for the Distributor as they will be around for a while. The goal being maybe a REP will monitor this thread; no guarantees.
As of today they are currently selling New Avalon 741's shipping out on November 20th. Personally I have had several orders processed with them and they have all gone smooth. My first was with Paypal; that option has disapeared but they still take credit card which is all I needed for my other orders.

The last one for November 6th shipping was a bit more difficult as they now require anyone outside the US to make the shipping arrangements; but they have been helpful in directing me in what I need to do on my end as I haven't done this before.

Here is the link to their website.

https://minerwarez.com/

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October 16, 2017, 08:16:17 PM
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For international shipping do we have to provide any additional documents to sales@minerwarez.com and how do they look like?
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October 16, 2017, 08:22:37 PM
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It depends on your country, what I was doing was checking in with customs office in Canada to see what forms I need to get together to import something. Every country has different forms and rules for bringing items in; I'm pretty sure that's why they've changed the model for international shipping. You can also ask the shipping company you plan on using what you need, I've been speaking with FedEx, as that's how my other orders were shipped.

If they sent you an order previously, you could always ask their support line what forms they had to fill out to ship to you, just provide them with your order number. I have found lately they take 2-3 days to reply by email.

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October 16, 2017, 10:48:09 PM
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Something that makes a huge difference when importing into the US is the Harmonized Item shipping code. Depending on your country they might look at that as well. Miners are considered to be "Data Processing Machine, no terminal or display' and as such have much lower tariff than general electronics goods. If you have gotten miners direct from China in the past - look at the shippers and the codes are there.

Anyway - check to see if it matters when importing from US to your country.

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October 17, 2017, 07:34:25 PM
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I previously imported few miner PSUs from China to Bulgaria(EU) with DHL. All of the additional documents I had to provide for the customs clearance were arranged between me and the local office of DHL after they made a call to me to give me the options. That's why now I'm curious do I have to provide any additional document to minerwarez or this will be arranged between me and my local office of FedEx when my miners come to Bulgaria. Why do they want
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October 17, 2017, 07:44:35 PM
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Does this mean if I order a miner I declare what the value of the item is?

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October 17, 2017, 07:47:38 PM
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I previously imported few miner PSUs from China to Bulgaria(EU) with DHL. All of the additional documents I had to provide for the customs clearance were arranged between me and the local office of DHL after they made a call to me to give me the options. That's why now I'm curious do I have to provide any additional document to minerwarez or this will be arranged between me and my local office of FedEx when my miners come to Bulgaria. Why do they want
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if they(minerwarez) actually does not provide customs clearance? It is done by FedEx(eventually).

From what I've gathered so far, you would do just that. Arrange everything with your local FedEx office. Once they tell you all the forms required for shipping and you get them filled out, you have to send the shipping and clearance documents to Minerwarez through that email.


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Does this mean if I order a miner I declare what the value of the item is?

Yes that is what you need to declare for the item entering your country. That is what customs will look into as you pay tax and duty and items imported.

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Does this mean if I order a miner I declare what the value of the item is?

Yes that is what you need to declare for the item entering your country. That is what customs will look into as you pay tax and duty and items imported.
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so @ andytranter if you are in Europe  and buy 2000 usd worth of gear this means they report the value at 2000 usd and you would need pay VAT

maybe 400 usd more.

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October 25, 2017, 02:31:34 AM
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I noticed today that they are no longer taking orders for Avalon 741s for November 20th. The new batch is for December 5th.

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October 25, 2017, 02:27:45 PM
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I noticed today that they are no longer taking orders for Avalon 741s for November 20th. The new batch is for December 5th.

In that case, I'm glad I ordered mine when I did.
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October 26, 2017, 08:07:42 AM
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I figured I would start a topic specifically for the Distributor as they will be around for a while. The goal being maybe a REP will monitor this thread; no guarantees.
As of today they are currently selling New Avalon 741's shipping out on November 20th. Personally I have had several orders processed with them and they have all gone smooth. My first was with Paypal; that option has disapeared but they still take credit card which is all I needed for my other orders.

The last one for November 6th shipping was a bit more difficult as they now require anyone outside the US to make the shipping arrangements; but they have been helpful in directing me in what I need to do on my end as I haven't done this before.

Here is the link to their website.

https://minerwarez.com/

 My only problem with this company is I tried to buy their AV6 and asked if they would do a discount in bulk. Their reply was:

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We do not offer any other discounts except for this package.

 I responded and told them I do not need their PSU's as I have plenty on hand.

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Absolutely nothing. Therefore this led me to the conclusion they are trying to unload it all, and offer no return, no service, no warranty, and I have to take their package as it is. I get that, but if you are honestly trying to unload a shitton of old miners, don't you think any company in their right mind would budge? Who the hell wants a bunch of dead ass PSU's or miners especially when you have plenty of PSU's on hand?!?!?!

 Hell, at least when a person buys a used car they get to drive it!!! I am supposed to just buy a pallet of shit and pray??? Nope. Not for me.

 I dunno, but it left a horrible taste in my mouth and turned me off. Ill stick with Bitmain and all their BS over that.

 I am really trying to reason why Canaan is better, but I don't see it. AT ALL.

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October 26, 2017, 04:55:10 PM
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Yeah I could see that, I always try to get a deal anytime I'm buying something, and it does suck when you can't find any wiggle room. I looked at the used units, and didn't like the no warranty, all sales final bit, then I thought about it; and figured that's the same deal I would get on any used equipment. They probably got to the point where they are still making money on them and are looking to unload the equipment; but aren't worried if they do or not.

I only tried to deal with Bitmain a little, and they weren't really helpful, so I opted out of buying through them. For me the reliability was the biggest concern for my equipment so I just gathered the info form the forum and went with Canaan.

I've been pleased other than the inititial F**k around in September where they could have been much more transparent. Since then they've responded well and handled any issues I've had within a respectable amount of time. So I'm glad I went that route.

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October 27, 2017, 07:10:26 PM
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I'm creating shipping label, customs docs etc ...using the UPS online tool in order to import the ones I ordered..

Anyone know their shipping address?


EDIT: Found it.

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615 N. Wenatchee Ave

Wenatchee, WA 98801
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October 27, 2017, 10:50:55 PM
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I'm creating shipping label, customs docs etc ...using the UPS online tool in order to import the ones I ordered..

Anyone know their shipping address?


EDIT: Found it.

 Miner Warez

615 N. Wenatchee Ave

Wenatchee, WA 98801

 I'm not sure but I think that's one of the spaces I was looking at to move into a year back, when I relocated to Washington from Iowa.
 Same complex anyway as one space I looked at.


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October 30, 2017, 03:36:55 AM
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I'm creating shipping label, customs docs etc ...using the UPS online tool in order to import the ones I ordered..

Anyone know their shipping address?


EDIT: Found it.

 Miner Warez

615 N. Wenatchee Ave

Wenatchee, WA 98801

Interesting. Not too far from Giga-Watt. Now if only Giga-Watt would offer Avalon miners as an option...

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October 31, 2017, 08:42:26 PM
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Back when Gigawatt was still MegaBigPower, they had at least one mining farm in Wenatchee somwhere - but I think their bigger farm(s) were on the other side of the river somewhere.

 The new Gigawatt farm IS on the other side of the river, near the East Wenatchee airport in an adjacent industrial park.

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November 04, 2017, 12:20:36 AM
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Back when Gigawatt was still MegaBigPower, they had at least one mining farm in Wenatchee somwhere - but I think their bigger farm(s) were on the other side of the river somewhere.

 The new Gigawatt farm IS on the other side of the river, near the East Wenatchee airport in an adjacent industrial park.

Giga-Watt has two sites listed on their timeline page, so I wonder if one of those is the old MegaBigPower, or if both of them are near the airport.

On Topic: I'm hoping that the new Avalon 14TH(est) miner is going to be offered by GigaWatt. If not I will buy one from Minerwarez and have them deliver it to GigaWatt.

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November 07, 2017, 01:18:23 AM
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Happy Happy Joy Joy! Got email from Minerwarze my 2x A741's are on their way, FedEx says should have them Friday.

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November 07, 2017, 01:25:42 AM
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Yes, I got one to can't wait for them to clear customs lol. I hate when anything including myself has to cross the border.

Wishing I had bit the bullet on another 2 before the price went up but oh well.

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November 07, 2017, 01:43:20 AM
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What customs paper are you filling out and sending Minerwarez ?

The whole thing is so confusing, why are they making it more confusing when it's such a simple process to import a single device.....


In Australia we only fill out a declaration when the product arrives and submit it electronically.. Why are we supposed to send this form to Minerwarez ? The customs officer told me you only fill it out when the product arrives and write down the shipment ref nr for receipt of items. I don't see why we need to send this paper to the exporter it's not their business.

And for labeling ? In the requirements it is said for electronic goods you only need to type the product description in clear English, include origin country and HS code and that's it. So in my case I'm just supposed to send an A4 paper with description and originating country ? I told them to write it on the box and haven't got any reply. Seriously how hard could it be to just grab a pen and write 3 words instead I'm asked to send an international priority letter writing it for them. Also auspost said they don't have a label for importing. Just wtf is going on !!?Huh

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