What to do When Your Favourite Store Closes its Doors

Have you had any of your favourite, go-store stores close their doors in recent years? Yeah, us too. Maybe your neighbourhood mall is more of a ghost town than a bustling, exciting center of commerce. Let’s face it, the way we shop has changed forever.

Online shopping isn’t new, with digital giants like eBay and Amazon – and this might surprise you – at it for over 20 years now. Now the vast majority of retailers want their chunk of the online shopping pie. Who can blame them?

The more people shop online, the less likely they are to hop in their car and drive to a mall.

Some companies have failed to adapt, or simply waited too long to try, and they have gone belly up. But the stores who heeded the warning signs, and grew present and nimble online, they are likely thriving.

Some of our favourites that are doing online shopping right include:

We like to think of ourselves as silent partners in the online shopping experience of the shoppers who visit those sites routinely for their purchasing needs. A free CBP shipping address makes everything go much smoother and easier (remember, you only pay when you use the address.

So, let’s say your favourite store actually does deliver to Canada? Why bother with a CBP address at all? Three words: international shipping fees. It is also rare that an online promotion targeting US-based customers carries over to us Canadians. Think twice before you you’re your goods delivered to your actual Canadian address. A CBP address saves you both money and time. We have even created an online calculator to see if we would actually be the better option for you after all – that’s how much we believe in our service.