When ordering from our website, it is your responsibility to ensure that a product can legally be imported to the required destination.
The recipient is the recorded importer and must comply with all laws and regulations of the required destination.
Orders shipped by our website or contracted shipping companies might be subject to taxes of import, customs duties, and charges imposed by the destination country.
The international shipment recipient might be subject to import taxes, customs duties, and charges imposed once a shipment arrives in the recipient’s country.
The recipient must pay any additional customs clearance charges and submit official documents to customs authorities in charge if they were requested, and our company cannot predict or control these charges.
Customs policies vary widely, you must contact your local customs office for more details.
When customs clearance transactions are required, there might be some delays that will exceed the expectations of the delivery dates.
Note: Customs offices in some countries or regions require registered importers to submitting a specific ID for the clearance of a shipment. You might be asked to submit an identification number such as the unique identification number or the tax ID.