In short, the answer is maybe.
Not all items found on eBay Global Shipping Program can be sent directly to Equatorial Guinea after ordering.
Don’t worry, though, as there’s a super simple solution that allows you to bypass any shipping restrictions on eBay Global Shipping Program. That means you can have anything from eBay Global Shipping Program shipped to Equatorial Guinea – all for a super low price!
How to Get Items from eBay Global Shipping Program USA Delivered to Equatorial Guinea
To have any item delivered overseas from the eBay Global Shipping Program USA, you’ll need a physical address based in the United States.
This address is what you’ll use to receive packages from eBay Global Shipping Program.
I’m sure you’re asking how you even get a physical US address if you don’t live there or even have friends or relatives in the US.
These days you can use a Freight Forwarder to get a physical US address. These companies are based in the USA and will provide you with an address to use once you sign up with them.
You can then use that address when placing orders on your favorite American online stores, and they’ll ship it internationally to you.
MyUS.com is one of the best services out there. They’ll forward packages to any city in Equatorial Guinea, including the following cities:
Kié-Ntem, Bioko Norte, Litoral.
One reason why they’re so good is that they’re cheap. That’s because they don’t charge extra taxes. Plus, they provide a very reliable service.
We’ve worked alongside them for a while now and have shipped lots of items through them.
You can buy any product from eBay Global Shipping Program, or any other US-based store for that matter, and have it shipped to your MyUS.com US-based address.
MyUS.com will then receive your packages on your behalf. Once you’re ready, you can request that they be shipped on to you in Equatorial Guinea.
In addition to that, MyUS can consolidate multiple orders into one large package before sending them out to you in Equatorial Guinea.
By using their service, you can order from the US as if you were really there!