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Reference of Tariff Threshold

Generally speaking, when the declared value of your parcel is lower than the country’s tariff threshold, it normally will not be taxed (but the case of fraud declaration is another matter). If your parcel is taxed, you need to pay taxes and help clear the customs in time.

States tariff threshold reference table:

Country Amount
The United States 800 USD
Canada 20 CAD
The United Kingdom 0 GBP
Australia 1000 AUD
EU 0 EURO
Russia 10000 RUB
Japan 130 USD
Singapore 300 USD
New Zealand 300 USD
Swiss 100 CHF

Notes:

1. The customs tax threshold of Switzerland is 100 Swiss francs and the VAT (value-added tax) threshold is 65 Swiss francs.

2. Canadian, and European customs are strict on parcel inspection. Commercial express such as DHL, UPS, FedEx, etc. are more likely to be subject to tariffs.

3. For EU countries, some routes of CNfans provide IOSS services. You can choose whether to use the platform IOSS agent to pay taxes in advance, and you can refer to VAT Reform in the UK and EU Countries for details.

Parcel submission tips:

1. The weight of the parcel is the important basis for the customs to judge it as civil parcel or commercial parcel. A 10kg parcel will be more likely to be regarded as a commercial parcel. So please consider the weight of the parcel when you submit it. 

2. Excessive quantity of the same product is also the basis for being judged as a commercial parcel. Please try to avoid sending a large amount of the same product in one parcel.

3. Due to the customs policy, please consider carefully for sending medicines.

The above information is obtained from Internet data collection and collation, which is only for reference and does not serve as a standard guidance.

Customs clearance instructions:

The cost of customs clearance for non-tax-exempt/non-support ioss proxy service routes shall be borne by the user. The customs inspection of the parcel is basically in the form of random inspection. If the customs considers your parcel to be special (for example: large in size, too heavy in weight, or contains sensitive items, etc.), the customs will generally take the initiative to contact the recipient to provide invoices or customs clearance documents ( The cost of customs clearance shall be borne by the recipient). The cost of the parcel being returned or destroyed due to the failure to contact the recipient or the recipient’s failure to cooperate with the customs clearance will be borne by the recipient.

If you need a customs clearance invoice, you can download it from cnfans by yourself or contact the online customer service to obtain it.