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Zappos will no longer ship to Canada

By Press Releases
March 18, 2011 1:08 PM

Editor's note: This notice from Zappos appears on its Canadian website.

 

"Hey, everyone. While we often have fun things to talk about in this space, we sometimes have less pleasant topics to share.

 

We have made the difficult decision to shut down the canada.zappos.com site and stop shipping to Canada. One of our core values is to "deliver WOW through service".

 

That means the best selection of brands and products that can meet just about every individual's needs as well as fast, free shipping and free returns, all at competitive pricing. Our Canadian customers know that we have not lived up to these service levels.

 

Product selection on canada.zappos.com is limited due to distribution agreements with the brands we sell in the United States. In addition, we have struggled with general uncertainty and unpredictability of delivering orders to our Canadian customers given customs and other logistics constraints.

 

We would like to thank our loyal Canadian customers and are sorry that we will not be able to serve you in the same way. Beginning April 1, 2011, we will no longer ship orders from canada.zappos.com. Some of you may have electronic certificates with open balances. If that is the case, please be sure to redeem them prior to April 1, 2011.

 

Of course, as always, we will still be accepting your orders placed from Canada and shipping to US addresses on www.zappos.com. Customers can always reach us 24/7 by calling 1-800-927-7671 or emailing cs@zappos.com.

 

Thank you for reading this. While you may not like our decision, we hope you understand the reasons.

 

Chris Nielsen

CFO, COO

Zappos.com, Inc."

 

 


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