rf134a wrote: ↑Dec 31st, 2012 11:21 amIf it's shipped by USPS, you really have no choice. The re-shipper is unlikely going to contravene US law to save you the hassle of sending them the documentation. I've signed a 1583 at Pacific Parcel in person and they take photocopies of the ID. It's all about trust. If you don't trust them, don't send them any documentation. Just tell them to reject the package and save everyone the hassle of having an undeliverable parcel. Once viaddress receives the parcel, Amazon's duties are done and you'll have to pay for it.
Could you or someone else explain me better, it is situation only with USPS and viaddress, or between USPS and all re-Shipers. I just want to buy an external hard drive for my laptop in Amazon.com, and don't understand well all process.
I want also receive every 3 months my banks statement or credit card there in Montreal.
I prefer to pick up my stuff in Montreal or delivery to my door.
What can I do or use?