Hobby King Customs Declaration

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Re: Hobby King Customs Declaration

Postby ergocentric » Wed Jan 18, 2012 2:14 pm

Yellowirenut wrote:I'm curious why Hobbyking sends thing threw U.S. post in a way that require you to sign for them.


only if you are selecting something above the basic postal service for Canadar
signing was a problem for me to until I got laid off/moved to a town/became a stay at home dad-absentee landlord-renovator
unconcerned but not indifferent - MAN RAY
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Re: Hobby King Customs Declaration

Postby Treebuster » Sat Jan 28, 2012 2:22 pm

Received my ASP .61 engine on Jan 27 from HK. Originally ordered it on Jan 16 via EMS. The customs declaration actually showed the full cost which I had picked when ordering. Sat in U.S. customs about a day. I figure 11 days to U.S. is pretty good.

Now on to the mods as Bruce suggested on the ASP 52.....which I'am sure will save me a few headaches. Thanks Bruce....
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Re: Hobby King Customs Declaration

Postby hakank » Sat Jan 28, 2012 5:48 pm

Here in Sweden we have to pay 25% VAT. However, despite ticking whatever checkbox they request transcript from either the credit card invoice or Paypal and have no trust what's written elsewhere. They check about 50% of the shipments.
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