Anyone ever try using this shop?

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  1. ZeroEdge

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    Mandarake


    Or are their prices too good to be true? I could use some feedback here
     
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    Mandarake are the masters of time and space. They get stuff that is long out of production, though in many cases it's display stock and/or slightly used. They've been around forever and quite reliable.
     
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    I have a friend who can vouch for Mandarake on the few orders they've made from there.
     
  4. Inikalord

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    Damn, they have some sweet prices on the stuff theyre selling
     
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    Mandrake is one of the few toy companies I'd actually consider to be a total bro to toy collectors.
     
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    They're a giant store in Akihabara. Tons of vintage toys.
     
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    Inikalord Legal Binding Contracts

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    Sorry for Zombie-revival but I just wanna ask a few questions about Mandarake.

    What is the payment process like? Is it a simple "type your card info here and select your shipping" type of store or is it something else?

    How Long do they usually take to ship items out?

    Thanks.
     

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