The way it works in practice is that they sub-contract the collection of the duty & VAT to the carrier/import company, who can also charge you a handling/collection fee for doing it.If you purchase goods through the Internet you should be aware that customs duty and VAT will be payable, as follows.
- Customs duty - if the amount of duty is £7 and over.
- Import VAT - if the value of the goods is £18 and over.
Thankyou kind sirandy_wrx said:that do you ?
Either HMRC's webpage was doing something odd with fonts that this site didn't like, or it was just an enormous web-address
Still, at least they didn't lose it in the post...
DiNotte for one, "FREE USPS priority shipping worldwide (Express shipping is reccomended for international customers and is available to all customers at a slightly higher cost during final checkout."Sorry Gambatte
Who is offering free international delivery?
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