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I'd hold off on foreign purchases over 200 till at least early april just to be safe.

 

also

 

http://totokaelo.com/

If you’re willing to give Totokaelo another try, please use the promotional code ‘GIFT20’ to take 20% off all purchases thru March 16

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You would hope that ups/fedex would be on top of it. I'm curious about sites that ship DDP. Are we gonna see price drops?

Also, that toto code doesn't seem to work on sale items, fyi
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Further markdowns at Rooney. Ervell bomber and Geller at 60% off.

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Further markdowns at Rooney. Ervell bomber and Geller at 60% off.

Damn I love that Ervell Pocket sweater, wish I could have got it at that price.
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Damn I love that Ervell Pocket sweater, wish I could have got it at that price.


There's one at Working Title in ivory for the same price

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There's one at Working Title in ivory for the same price

Only a size large available, thanks though!
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according to a new trade law, the max exempt from duties when importing was raised from $200 to $800. this applies to purchases starting March 10th. thought id share here since a lot of discussion about duties gets brought up here.

https://www.congress.gov/bill/114th-congress/house-bill/1907

(Sec. 601) The general de minimis aggregate fair retail value in the country of shipment of duty-free articles imported by one person on one day increases from $200 to $800.

meanwhile here in the UK we still get f*cked over. max exempt here is £15.
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No problem. Ervell sent out an 20% off archive code today. Any Canadians have experience with customs?

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I deal with customs all the time but never from them. It's all luck of the draw but USPS gives the best odds.

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MrP BV Sale Re-stock

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Anybody hit this up?

 

 

If there was some good Faherty stuff floating around in small, might be interested in a proxy.  Let me know.

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Anybody hit this up?




If there was some good Faherty stuff floating around in small, might be interested in a proxy.  Let me know.

Legit, any "Sample" sales at Chelsea Market are trash.
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MrP BV Sale Re-stock

How do you guys keep up with MrP sale restocks?
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I deal with customs all the time but never from them. It's all luck of the draw but USPS gives the best odds.

Got slapped with $30 on a pair of Birks so I'm hesitant. Noob question but how do I get the duties refund on NAFTA goods
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How do you guys keep up with MrP sale restocks?
Got slapped with $30 on a pair of Birks so I'm hesitant. Noob question but how do I get the duties refund on NAFTA goods

buy birks on ebay foo

u can get duties refund if u actually returned the goods to the seller (at least in the states)

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Shoot!  I guess I was a month early.

 

I just bought a pair of custom Italian made boots and received them last week.  A few days later I got a weird retroactive bill for the duties saying I owed some third party duty company a reimbursement for the duties, plus a service fee to them that was more than the duty payment.

 

It seems really strange since I already received the product.  There was a threat in the invoice of assigning the debt to collections if not paid.  But I never agreed to pay anyone anything and I already have the product.  Is this really how it works???  Some third party company other than the seller or buyer pays the duty fee to get the item through customs, and then attempts to be reimbursed later plus a service fee?

 

Hard to imagine any more than a small percentage of these bills being paid.  Its a significant amount of money to blindly mail off to some random company after the fact with no prior agreement.

 

What do people think of this?  Should I mail them a check??

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