Even though our company's bank is in Canada, we are actually legally established in Ecuador. Furthermore, we would consider ourselves an "international" company. We ship all over the world, and less than 5% of our orders are actually shipped to Canada, whereas almost 80% of our customers are in the United States. Also, of all the current monetary units, the U.S. dollar is still the world's dominant currency and almost every culture knows more or less how their local currency compares in value to the USD, making it easier for them to convert our prices to their local currency.
Why do you only deal in U.S. currency, if you are a Canadian company?
Modified on: Mon, 27 Jun, 2022 at 5:23 PM
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