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Pretsel20 giorno/i fa#119663478MFC Figure and Shop Site Forum Response
[Short Answer]
As long as you have an open, active account, then your order history will be accessible in Your Account > Your Orders page. Committed and processed orders will not be removed.
[Long Answer]
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Depending on how long your account has been open, active, you should have a drop down menu to view your order history (e.g. Past 30 Days, Past 3 Months, 2023, 2022, 2021, 2020, ..., Archived Orders)
Your historical orders will be listed in the pertinent group from when it was placed by date range.
Archived orders are orders that have been archived, by yourself, and removed from your active order history. (e.g. if you have reconciled the order, confirmed receipt of the pre-ordered figure or item 9-months after purchase, etc., and no longer wish to see to see it in your active order history)
Archived orders would appear in the 'Archived Orders' section instead of your active history, say all orders from '2022', for example.
If you wish to keep all your orders listed by date range on the drop down then keep them active / un-archived. If you like to file or manage your open/pre-orders vs closed/received orders, then archiving is a potential way to help do that.
Active and archived orders are still searchable in your account either way.
Whatever works best for you.... Hope that helps a little more, if still reading this far.
Cheers.
Thank you for the info.
That's exactly what I wanted to know (they stay as long as the account is open/active...) ;)
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Lucrithian1 mese/i fa#117685554I don't know Amazon.jp well enough yet.
I will be grateful for an answer to this question: Do archived purchases remain in the user's account or do they need to be archived so that they are not deleted from the orders section?



MFC Figure and Shop Site Forum Response


[Short Answer]
As long as you have an open, active account, then your order history will be accessible in Your Account > Your Orders page. Committed and processed orders will not be removed.

[Long Answer]
View spoilerHide spoiler
Depending on how long your account has been open, active, you should have a drop down menu to view your order history (e.g. Past 30 Days, Past 3 Months, 2023, 2022, 2021, 2020, ..., Archived Orders)

Your historical orders will be listed in the pertinent group from when it was placed by date range.

Archived orders are orders that have been archived, by yourself, and removed from your active order history. (e.g. if you have reconciled the order, confirmed receipt of the pre-ordered figure or item 9-months after purchase, etc., and no longer wish to see to see it in your active order history)

Archived orders would appear in the 'Archived Orders' section instead of your active history, say all orders from '2022', for example.

If you wish to keep all your orders listed by date range on the drop down then keep them active / un-archived. If you like to file or manage your open/pre-orders vs closed/received orders, then archiving is a potential way to help do that.

Active and archived orders are still searchable in your account either way.

Whatever works best for you.... Hope that helps a little more, if still reading this far.
Cheers.
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sehun ᨭ ֺ ׅ ⋆ カヲシン
So happy to hear that Zenmarket will allow Mercari JP orders soon…now I won’t need the hassle of using another proxy and can stick to just one >_<
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hi
I will move to Canada soon and i want to know if there are some good online shops .
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This probably is a very basic question but how do we make sure that a ebay seller is trustable other then the ratings?
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Anyone who can use yahoo japan can please confirm me if its possible to use an overseas credit card in yahoo japan? I would like to know it because Im considering to buy a japanese phone number so I can register in yahoo auctions, but I would like to know if I can use my card in the first place.
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Anyone use www.figurekon.c... before? I'd not heard of them before but a commentor on reddit had said they were good, so I pre-ordered on them (also because the pre-order period of the figure I was interested in was ending, and it was the cheapest I could find). However, after doing so, I went back and the guy's comment history was full of "this figure is on figurekon" -type comments and now I'm a bit suspicious.

Hopefully my decision to be implusive hasn't backfired on me.
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sehun ᨭ ֺ ׅ ⋆ カヲシン
tomura2 mese/i fa#117419431are you limited to only using that service? buyee (official mercari jp proxy) and dejapan (smaller proxy with less fees) are both more intuitive with neater interfaces if youre looking for a mercari proxy. I’ve used Buyee before, when I got a free shipping coupon if I used Mercari and was like “cool, coupon!” Bought a (embarrassingly overpriced) gk and book, but that was the only time since there’s mixed reviews for their shipping and fees. That experience was great for me, however I dunno if I’d use it again in the future (high fees are an enemy for me since I’m usually broke).

I’ve rarely heard of Dejapan, I’ll try it on my next Mercari order ^_^ This time I just decided to use Jpshopping since it’s slightly different than a normal proxy as they don’t charge per item, instead it’s how much your order overall costs (does that make sense? I’m not sure how to explain it!) And despite their interface looking like it’s from 2005 it gets easier when you check it out on your own. When I placed my orders, within two hours they purchased my items! That’s the fastest any proxy has purchased something for me :o So far it seems promising!
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So, I tried to contact them through their format on the site but after 4 days I still haven't received a response. Just to be clear, I noticed that they have two pages where to be contacted and I wanted to know which of the two is the correct one to ask to change shipping address.

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By any chance, does anyone know if the Jump Festa online store accepts foreign cards?
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