Amazon now has Ecuador on its list of countries where its packages can be delivered directly to an Expat's address.
This may simplify things for Expats who prefer not to set up a separate arrangement with a U.S.-based forwarding company just to get a couple of books or small products.
Packages are still subject to SENAE, the EC customs agency.
Deliveries may not be available to all addresses. Pricing will depend on various factors. Visit amazon.com for more information.
If you have used Amazon for a direct shipment to Ecuador, please let us know....
Were you subjected to a $42 EC tariff per package?
How long did the shipment take? What was the total shipping cost?
Did you have to deal directly with SENAE or did Amazon handle all details?
What problems, if any, did you encounter?
Do you recommend direct-shipping from Amazon to Ecuador?
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