VAT information

Value Added Tax (VAT) may be applied to international parcels, depending on your country's regulations and international trade agreements. VAT is usually levied on goods shipped from abroad if their value exceeds a certain threshold. This tax can include either the value of the goods alone or together with the cost of shipping.

The policy on charging VAT on international parcels can vary from country to country. Therefore, it is important to find out your specific country's rules if you are expecting an international parcel. Check the duty-free import limit on goods sent by post and the amount of tax that is charged on the amount that exceeds this limit.

It is important to note that it is the recipient's responsibility to pay any taxes levied by the government of the country where the recipient of the parcel is located.