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Fight it!frankpeng wrote: ↑Jun 24th, 2018 2:23 pmThank you! I really do not know English and the international business between US and Canada. Purchased quite a bit online from US. I really worried to buy American chicken implying sex with Ivenca. Now I attach the invoice I agreed. I really cannot find any commitment to UPS. Instead, read the bottom return policy, the seller agreed a fully refund but actually they broke the agreement to take a small amout money when they refunding which is not I am fighting for. The Uncalled UPS charge 102.54 is the amount. It is unbelievable that this brutal capitalism still exist in the greatest nation in the world. Is this the trade war between US and Canada?
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Jun 24th, 2018 3:20 pm
That is your product invoice. At least we now know what you purchased and the exact amount you paid.
Jun 24th, 2018 7:56 pm
OP think UPS is out of line because he did not agree (and did not know he has) to pay customs and duty when he made the purchase...
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Jun 24th, 2018 10:19 pm
Well, theoretically there should be a refund for at least the HST and the dutyLazyDog wrote: ↑Jun 24th, 2018 3:20 pmThat is your product invoice. At least we now know what you purchased and the exact amount you paid.
You may be upset with the UPS charges, but let's take a look and try to break down the information.
Some assumptions wil be made:
You say you purchased these items for $195.00 +$25.00= $220.00 USD Funds which works out to approx. $292.35 CDN
I'm also going to assume that you live in Ontario for tax purposes. (13% HST)
UPS is billing you $102.54
According to this site https://discsunlimited.net/ups-brokerage-fees , UPS brokerage fees will be $42.95.
So based on the above,
$42.95 UPS Brokerage Fee
$21.59 Duties (works out to approx 7.4% value of $292.35)
This should be similar to the Invoice you received from UPS.
What exactly is on your UPS invoice that you think is out of line?
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Jun 25th, 2018 2:16 am
Not that well verse with the NAFTA provisions, but I think even if the item is duty-free it's, there's still the sales tax. I think NAFTA just covers tariffs/duties.krs wrote: ↑Jun 24th, 2018 10:19 pmBecause if you look at that item from the same company on amazon, it says "Made in the USA" - therefore I would think there is no duty because of NAFTA
https://www.amazon.com/probe-stylus-str ... B01M8NV8A7
You can submit a form to CBSA for refund for certain conditions such as damaged items: https://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/publication ... 6-eng.html. Now with regards to couriers, not sure how they'll handle that. Theoretically, when you receive the item and just found out afterwards that the item is damaged, it's now your responsibility. So you'll handle refund process. Not sure, but as per the link mentioned (check the appendix), if the seller refunded you the full amount for the package, it's possible to refund the full duties/taxes paid, otherwise I would assume the adjusted duties/taxes will be based on the remaining item value (after deducting the refund). As for the courier specific fees, not sure if you can ever recover that.
Jun 25th, 2018 9:27 am
NAFTA definitely just covers duty....that's what I wrote,,,,sales tax is a totally separate item.
Jun 25th, 2018 10:27 am