Another name of EuroUSA is UPakWeShip. Their rate was competitive and I tried to have them move our househould from USA to Europe. When it came to the business they sent me a pdf file which they called Contract. This "contract" has my name, my contacts, delivery destination, price and terms and conditions telling mostly about how they are going to charge me. Also the "contract" is supposed to be signed by only me - there is no place for signature of their representative. The only thing I found about their liabilities is that they pay you 60 cents per pound of damaged/lost goods if it is by their fault.It felt like my hi-fi or tv could be very well "lost" during transportation and I would get generous $25 as refund for this... and only if I will be able to convince court that paper signed just by me is a real agreement between me and Euro USA!I am not surprised to read other reviews in different places about stolen goods and I am glad that I did not use their service.
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I had my passport picture taken at the UPS Store on James Island and the picture was completely and totally unacceptable. I mentioned it to the lady who handled it and she offered to take it again. I declined because she took about six photos and selected one then adjusted the picture to make it red and yellow. I wasn’t going to watch her do the same thing again. I took the photos to a professional and I was told that the photo from UPS was terrible and would be rejected. He also mentioned that UPS should not be doing passport photos if that was an example of their work.