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Customs Clearance Issues
All imported goods are subject to Customs clearance in every country. When you buy from qualir, the goods are sent from China. Therefore you are importing, and you are the importer who are responsible for the goods when the goods pass through Customs in your destination country. According to our general terms and conditions, you may order anything you like from Qualir and we will fulfil your order, but it remains totally your responsibility to find out in advance if the products are permissible to import into your destination country, and to find what clearance requirements, taxes, policies etc applying in that country if it is permissible.
As the importer, you bear sole responsibility for the clearance of the goods and any issues that may arise from an inspection or hold. Typically, the consignee of the shipped packets is taken as the importer in any problem case.
If you are dropshipping, it is important to note that the consignee of the goods is your customer, and therefore they will be liable for any assessed import duties, sales taxes, or issues arising from Customs inspection.
In most countries, depending on the category of goods imported and the quantity or value, the shipment will be assessed for duties and /or sales tax. That is your responsibility as the importer and you can find detailed notes here.
Under these terms and conditions, which will be taken as accepted when you place your order, you acknowledge that you understand your basic responsibilities as an importer and the resultant liabilities that may occur.
Examples of situations when you are not entitled to compensation
Search online, check with your local Government, local Customs and Chambers of Commerce, and seek advice on all import regulations and procedures!
To ensure successful delivery, particularly of larger shipments, we strongly recommend you personally undertake rigorous research of your local destination laws, regulations, and common practices in relation to imported goods and taxation.