Another ripoff site!! www.t-h-e-id.com
Sent 240$ to them for 2 ids, s they promise to have proof next day when money recieved. nothing, no email after money, no id, I paid for fedex shipping and was just ripped off. they suck. do not use them. heres their address & contact names:
This is your customer number for the order you just submitted to us:
> please make absolutely sure you write the customer number above on a
> of paper and include it with your payment.
> when doing a group order payment write all of your groups invoice numbers
> on a piece of paper and include it with your payment.
> please mail your payment and invoice number(s) to our office address:
> name: liu hong fu
> street address: a-flat 1 li yuan villa longkun south road longhua
> city: haikou province: hainan country: china post code: 570206
> it is critical to mail your payment with online tracking. untraceable
> customs in china routinely open it, they have time to set it aside,
> inspect it at their leisure, and they will take the cash. we have zero
> issue with
> online trackable mail and will make the order for free if a customer ever
> has issue.
> us customers mailing with usps please only mail your payment by "priority
> mail international flat rate envelope" or "express mail international
> rate envelope".
> these two services give you tracking to our office door. priority mail is
> around 12usd and express mail is around 25usd depending where you reside
> the usa.
> check your tracking before you leave usps, if it starts with "lc", it
> not arrive. do not allow them to mail it this way! it provides no proof
> arrives, unlike the two options above.
> if you are in the usa and paying by international money order or cashier
> check please make sure it is payable to our funds manager: liu hong jun
> 898-66286212 (our phone # which may be required to send express mail by
> some shippers)
> after you have mailed payment please confirm here:
> orders not confirmed mailed via the link above will be deleted in 48
> list the contents as "documents" on the customs form and please never say
> you are mailing cash. inside of the envelope include your payment and
> customer invoice number(s) nothing else please.
> eric lee
> customer service manager