[sdiy] US help with Electronic Goldmine order
elby_designs at ozemail.com.au
Thu Apr 21 04:07:38 CEST 2016
Currently, anything under $1000 is exempt from import duties.
In July 2017 this figure will either be substantially reduced or eliminated
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On 21/04/2016 10:40 AM, eidorian at aladan.net wrote:
> Import duties into Australia currently only apply to purchases over
> AUD$1000 in declared value - so it might well apply to computer and
> music gear, but not small value electronic parts like this. There was
> some discussion of that changing a little while ago, but nothing has
> happened yet.
> There are no special import forms to fill out, but I expect the sender
> would need to fill out the usual US postal/export paperwork (whatever
> that might be) to post to me.
> A kindly soul from the US has already replied to me direct and I'm
> talking with them now - I'll be in touch if it doesn't work out.
> Thanks everyone,
> ----- Original Message -----
> rsdio at audiobanshee.com
> <eidorian at aladan.net>
> "synth-diy" <Synth-diy at synth-diy.org>
> Wed, 20 Apr 2016 17:29:07 -0700
> Re: [sdiy] US help with Electronic Goldmine order
> Are there any import duties for electronics coming in to
> Australia? My friends there tell me that ordering computers and
> music gear ends up with a high percentage import fee, making it
> hard to get electronics. Would a $30 package require any sort of
> import process or forms to be filled out by the sender?
> On Apr 20, 2016, at 4:49 PM, eidorian at aladan.net wrote:
> > Hello SDIYers,
> > I'd like to order some bits from Electronic Goldmine in the US
> (goldmine-elec-products.com), but they have a $50 minimum for
> International Orders (which they only tell you about via email the
> day after you submit your order!) I've bought from the before and
> they never used to have this limit :-\
> > If there's someone in the US who would be willing to sort out
> the order for me ($10 minimum for US residents) and then post it
> on to me (in Australia) then could you please drop me a direct email?
> > I've looked through their stock lists and to be honest there
> just isn't anything else I want to buy from them in order to take
> my $27.34 order up to $50 :-)
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