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What are the custom duties and who is responsible for it?

Information links related to Custom Taxes and duties for some of the frequently traveled countries are posted below. AirCarry is a trusted community of Shoppers and Travelers and it is a requirement for both parties of this community to adhere to and abide by the governing laws of the respective countries including Customs laws and regulations.

Here are customs regulations overviews for some of the countries:

  • Argentina customs regulations can be accessed here.
  • Brazil customs regulations can be accessed here.
  • China customs regulations can be accessed here.
  • India's customs regulations can be accessed here.
  • Peru customs regulations can be accessed here.
  • Russian customs regulations can be accessed here.
  • United States customs regulations can be accessed here.

Custom duties are charged on imported goods and may vary by country. Many a times there are certain exemptions in certain countries that allow you to bring certain items and/or items up to a certain value into the country without being charged duty.

We encourage the Traveler to be fully aware of the necessary taxes and pay such taxes to the respective authorities. Such taxes should be included in the delivery offer made by the Traveler and communicated to the Requester.

Since Custom rules & regulations of certain countries are complicated and unpredictable; some Requesters agree via AirCarry messaging system to reimburse Travelers for customs fees in person upon delivery of the requested item and upon presenting copies of receipts for the duties paid. This agreement may be made between the Traveler and the Requester on the AirCarry messaging system prior to delivery of the item – AirCarry cannot be a party to such agreements.

Please note AirCarry is not liable or responsible for any violation of customs regulations made by Traveler.