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#1 (permalink)      4/11/2021 5:55:41 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Ordering to EU after July 1, 2021 @Anniepan
i dont see a relevant forum for this, so here goes in Off Topic.

so this is happening - after July 1, 2021 the EU removes the VAT exemption for orders under 22 euro (depending on the member country), so everything up to 150 euro will be due VAT, and over 150 euro VAT + import taxes - the same as it is now.

in case the seller isnt registered in EU's IOSS registry, the order will be charged with VAT AND import charges/handling fees. if seller is registered, they have to collect VAT on checkout and there will be no import/handling fees.

so my question is, is Fasttech going to or is already registered in that system?

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Dear valued customers,

Thanks for your feedback of the "EU July 2021 ending €22 import VAT exemption". We will post update news in this thread. If you have any information of the new tariff composition from your country, please kindly let us know, so I can forward to our logistics department. Thank you.
#2 (permalink)      4/12/2021 3:35:31 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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This has applied to the UK since the 1st January with sites such as 40 Thieves applying 20% at point of sale on everything under £135. However I haven't bought anything from here this year so I don't know if FT are applying it or not. Maybe someone else n the UK could confirm.
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I've had a few things from China since Jan 1st, from here & the other well knowns & touch wood, no problems so far

To answer the question, there's nothing about payment of VAT on here unless it's included the P&P charges
#4 (permalink)      4/12/2021 8:25:04 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Has as been mentioned above. what i can confirm is some sites are using a good method, goods arrive in the UK then get a royalmail 48 hr delivery label on them.

Mod (Anniepan) edited on 7/6/2021 at 9:15 PM. Reason: Advertisement
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hi

the question of coil_

strange that FT does not answer that, plenty of customers in the EU like to now
#6 (permalink)      5/11/2021 2:03:50 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Paulus43 wrote:

hi

the question of coil_

strange that FT does not answer that, plenty of customers in the EU like to now

I agree this is an important question for all EU customers.

It would help to get an answer if coil_ edits the thread title to include "Anniepan"!

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One way to check is - wait until, 1 July, put something in your cart, process the order up to the payment step and see if taxes are added to the total. Then make a decision about if you want to buy or not.

Asking questions about if one country is willing to register for tax collection for the benefit of another country at some point in the future may not be realistic.
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fasttech charge vat? LOL they won't bother since there in China bruh
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they must laugh .

forum : expedition ou prestation de service .....
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ptitfour wrote:

they must laugh .

forum : expedition ou prestation de service .....


what bro

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Crispycritters wrote:

Asking questions about if one country is willing to register for tax collection for the benefit of another country at some point in the future may not be realistic.


In the case of a single country you may well be right but this question comcerns the EU, 27 countries.

More info.