FourFour two ships a week to thousands of people in Australia, New Zealand and the United States, but it’s also made a splash on the streets of London.
The app has become a global hit with thousands of customers worldwide.
In one month alone, it has shipped more than 1.5 million packages and over 4,000,000 packages have been shipped.
“We have been in contact with customers, and there are people in London, and we’re looking at them, and the response has been fantastic,” FourFour’s co-founder and CEO, Jonathan Cohen, said.
He said he was “thrilled” about the response to FourFour2, and wanted to share the news with his audience.
As a company, it’s about sharing the good news and trying to be as transparent as possible.
But in the US, there have been a number of recent incidents involving FourFour 2.
A US company, GoDaddy, has been sued by the Department of Justice over a complaint alleging it engaged in online copyright infringement by allowing customers to buy goods for their own use without permission.
FourFour 2 has been accused of engaging in the same conduct.
Cohen said he thought the company’s “best defence” was to offer “unlimited” shipping options.
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