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Wow! now I am really so sorry, I use a screen reader being blind and I just realise that my software was not working right and I see that my message is missing all kind of letter.
I hope that the group will forgive me.
My question was that for about 2 weeks I am looking at new albums on the webb site cd japan. and I see that the price for each album is fair. No complaint at all, but I am wondering if someone could tell me why in regard to the shipping process, we don't have the obtion to choose regular mail?
I understand that with regular mail, for exemple , we can not track the idem. but I do have friends in Japan and we use regular mail all the time and I have never lost anything.
I am wondering why not to give the choice to the person that purchase to take a chance with regular mail.
Even if cd japan would give a kind of warning about using regular mail.
Maybe the moderator could answer me.
I would purchase so much more if the obtion of regular mail would be offer.
thank you so much to be patient with me.
I am very sorry for my previous post.
 
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