Please keep the personal experiences coming.
thank you redvee.
sadly no but doesn't look good does it?Jdsk wrote: ↑14 Sep 2021, 2:27pm The UK isn't on the list of destinations for Taylor Wheels:
https://www.taylor-wheels.com/versand-u ... edingungen
Does anyone know any more?
Anyone?Have you seen a single example of a retailer who hasn't followed the regulations?
So I'll ask for the third time
Purchases under £135 from the EU can only be handled one way, they won't arrive otherwise. Asking if there's been any additional VAT or custom charges only has one answer. There is no process for any other charges to be applied.Have you seen a single example of a retailer who hasn't followed the regulations?
Not in practice. Neither the PO nor HMRC have the resources to check every single parcel.
I don't know what that's an answer to?Bmblbzzz wrote: ↑15 Sep 2021, 6:40pmNot in practice. Neither the PO nor HMRC have the resources to check every single parcel.
Have you a scenario where the answer to that would be anything other than no?
I think that it's helpful to know what's happening in individual cases.Bmblbzzz wrote: ↑15 Sep 2021, 10:20am Asking for personal experiences is very valid. Sweep isn't asking what the regulations are, but how they have been applied by a particular seller. Of course a lot also depends on the particular customs officer (if any) handling it. There have been instances of sellers charging VAT for both countries or for neither, of duties being charged where they shouldn't and (more commonly so far) of no checks whatsoever.