When shipping products internationally from the United States, it's vital to understand that international customers will be subject to customs duties and taxes upon receiving their orders. These charges are not determined by us and cannot be prepaid by us or by you, the merchant. Instead, the end customers are responsible for covering these costs themselves.

Each country a product is imported to has its own tax and duty thresholds.
This calculator is the easiest way to determine the total your customers need to pay.

Possible Delivery Delays

While FedEx may promise quick delivery times, it's important to be aware that delays can occur, particularly due to customs clearance processes. Customs authorities in different countries have their own procedures and timelines for inspecting and releasing incoming shipments. Unfortunately, these delays are beyond our control.

Product Restrictions

Before you start selling products internationally, you must ensure that the products you purchase are not restricted or prohibited in your country. We do not assume responsibility for checking product restrictions before shipping your orders.​

If customs authorities in a destination country refuse an order due to product restrictions, it is important to note that such orders are not eligible for a refund.

Therefore, it is your responsibility to research and understand any product restrictions that may apply to your shipments. Staying informed about these regulations can help you avoid issues and provide a better shopping experience.