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When purchasing items from abroad, may have to pay any necessary customs, import fees, and taxes when your items arrive. These import charges are generally based on the item's price, weight, dimensions, country of origin, and freight, as well as any taxes, duties, and fees added by your country.
As a buyer, it’s your responsibility to check which customs and import charges may apply, and to pay them, if applicable. It's a good idea to check with your country's customs office for more specific details.
Import charges can include:
- Sales, goods, and services
- Value added taxes
- Excise taxes
- Other amounts assessed by any government authority in connection with the importation of goods into the applicable country of importation
- Third party brokerage fees (including advancement and disbursement charges as well as customs brokers’ handling and filing fees)
- Classification charges associated with the assignment of a Harmonized System (HS) classification code