After you sign up, all you need to do is to order from the websites you wish to order from, and list your locker number as the address. When it comes to your locker, you’ll see it in when you sign in. Like this one. When you have several packages, you can check the boxes, and have them consolidated. By consolidated, it means they will already prepare your items and put them together and pack them in one package that’s ready for shipping anytime. As in the items will be taped, wrapped with bubble wrap and foam, and all that. Be sure you already have all the items that you wish to consolidate in the locker before you ask them to consolidate it! Consolidated items cannot be un-consolidated nor re-consolidated.
I made that big mistake of consolidating before the final item came. As such, I had to ship them as two distinct packages. They don’t allow you to consolidate a consolidated package with an unconsolidated item, so there’s that, too.
Once your orders are in your cart, you will be asked which courier you wish to have. For me, I personally found USPS and DHL very limiting, and the air shipping as the only option. I would have appreciated a longer list of couriers, as well as options for sea cargo, especially when we don’t need the items urgently.
The address Mari means my house. In this website, there is an account panel where you can encode your addresses and give them nicknames. To make it simple, I just encoded our house’s address, and nicknamed it ‘Mari.’
So this is the response of the website once your transaction is complete. The rest is down to the waiting game.