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Question about zoll

Hi, I'll post it here, in hope to find some answer.

So, I've ordered some things from Myprotein, price is arround 100cfh and now I received a paper info to come to pick it and that I need to pay 30chf for zoll.

Is that possible? As far as I know, everything that is entering Swiss beneath 300chf, you don't have to pay tax and zolll?

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Old 09.12.2015, 09:56
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Re: Question about zoll

300 is the limit if you personally import over a border. By post or courier its about 65.00 so now you have to pay duty, MwsT and a handling charge.
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Oh, didn't know that. Thanks for info.
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Re: Question about zoll

Just to be clear, the 65 for post / courier includes the shipping charge, not just the goods value.
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Re: Question about zoll

Is there any link where can I see rates for goods or is it same for any type of goods?

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http://www.ezv.admin.ch/zollinfo_pri...x.html?lang=en
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