Customs is a government agency tasked with overseeing the flow of shipments entering a country or region. All shipments entering or leaving a country or region must go through customs procedures first. It is the buyer's responsibility to handle customs clearance and pay any applicable customs duties.

We do not include taxes, VAT, or any hidden charges. You will pay the exact price we have listed on our website, which consists of the subtotal for the goods plus the shipping cost.

In many countries, however, taxes or duties are levied on imported goods. Sometimes, goods below a certain value or falling into specific categories may be exempt from these taxes.

Regulations vary from country to country. Unfortunately, we do not have the ability to be familiar with the rules, regulations, customs, traditions, practices, loopholes, schemes, systems, paperwork, codes, laws, or rulings of every individual country.

Therefore, we are unable to provide advice on tax matters specific to your country. As the buyer, it is your responsibility to research this information before placing an order.

If you are required to pay import taxes, additional duties, and sales taxes, you will need to settle these amounts with the courier upon receiving the package(s). We are unable to calculate these costs for you beforehand, and there is no option for prepayment. If you are drop-shipping or sending a gift to someone, ensure that they understand the potential need to pay taxes upon receiving the goods.

Prior to finalizing your order, please gather as much information as possible about the import tax regulations in your own country. If you discover ways to reduce or eliminate the taxes you must pay, kindly provide us with instructions (related to labeling, packaging, declarations, invoices, etc.). We are happy to accommodate your requests.


Q: Who is responsible for customs clearance of detained items if they are held by customs?
A: If the items are detained by customs after the shipment has left the seller's country, then the buyer is responsible for clearing the detained items.

Q: Will the customs office seize a very large order delivered to my country?
A: Yes, there is a possibility. We recommend requesting in advance to split your order into multiple smaller packages, shipped on different days to avoid potential seizure.

Q: Who is responsible for incurred custom duties?
A: The buyer is responsible for any customs duty fees that may be charged upon delivery. The manner in which import duties are assessed is subject to each country's customs policies.

Q: Are there any links where I can check the tax policy?
A: You can refer to this third-party site for information on tax and customs regulations.