The customs declaration is the main document for the cargo that passes through the border. It requires such information about the package as cost, name and quantity of goods, as well as other details necessary for some delivery methods.
No, the declaration must be filled for each incoming parcel. It is best to prepare declarations as soon as the parcels arrive to Qwintry’s warehouse. Later on, the final declaration for all the goods can be corrected even after the consolidation of the parcels.
It is prohibited to do so, since problems can arise when passing customs:
• the parcel can be sent back without compensation for the cost of delivery; • the parcel can be confiscated; • you will be asked to prove the value of the goods by providing invoices and bank statements ; • you will have to pay a customs fee that will be calculated by the customs services themselves by assessing the goods if you cannot prove that you bought them at the prices specified in the declaration.
The samples must be declared in a separate line. If the store sent it to you as a free gift, you can specify a symbolic value of several cents (for example, $ 0.1). In the event if the sampler does not have a vendors code (when filling in the declaration for the Qwintry Air method) - just specify the product name and the store address.