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Community Forums: Home CafePress Community Forums General Help & Sharing Frequently Asked Questions & Answers INTERNATIONAL ORDERS, Customs, Duties, and Taxes
Who pays the customs, duties or taxes when items are shipped outside of the United States?
Currently, the recipient of the goods is responsible for any customs, duties or taxes levied on the goods by their local government.
What happens when I select the Gift Option for my international shipping destination? Does the recipient see the price of the products?
The package will still have an invoice inside of it, but it will not show any prices. However, we will also include a CN22 Form that will have a description of the goods and their retail price. The recipient will be required to pay any customs, duties or taxes levied on the goods.
Why does a CN22 Form have to be included with a Gift Option order?
Governments throughout the world have varying requirements and processes for importing goods into their territory. Many governments require some form of documentation for the import of goods, most of which require a description of the goods and the value of the goods. These documents can include commercial invoices, CN22 forms, US Certificate of Origin, Shipper's Declarations, and Export Declarations, to name a few.This message has been edited. Last edited by: AngCP,
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