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Matt Ramsey
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Anyone have advice on this. I was thinking of selling some of my magic cards off to a US retailer and looking online it I can't quite figure out when customs is going to decide to step in and charge money. yuk. I saw 200$ stated somewhere but couldn't figure out if this applied to a commercial sale or only to a private purchase.
 
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If you are selling to a retailer in the states, let them guide you through the process, because they may do this thing all the time.
 
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Glauco Micsik Roberti
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US customs will most likely charge their usual fee: 0 dollars.
 
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Matt Ramsey
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The retail just told me I would have to prepay the customs fee. Really not worth itsoblue Ah well. From searches online it seems pretty random what customs decides it wants to do.
 
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It depends what you put on the customs declaration form. Given these are paper material, you could probably send it as 'printed paper' via the Royal Mail, and it shouldn't even need a customs form.
 
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