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Yes DHL have their own customs so they will contact you to pay any fees/taxes and they will deliver the package themselves, so in your case it should be the safest option.Dark_ruler827 wrote: ↑10 Sep 2019, 01:01Hey guys, i live in argentina and i want to purchase the Mega SD, quick question, DHL does all the customs papers and stuff? I mean, is this like amazon .es or amazon.uk? (there i purchase a product and dhl does all the paperworks, they bring the product to my door, making things a lot easier, and avoiding the risk of my local customs "losing" the product i ordered). If that's the case, how to i order? (im having problems with the postal code, mine is 1419, but it asks me for a longer one, i live in buenos aires). I really want this product!
Flashman wrote: ↑07 Sep 2019, 23:49What hasn’t been explained though Todd, is WHY Terra Onion are now based in this backwater, which can only seem to handle ten parcels a day, making many customer orders a month late, and why the products are not coming from Spain as stated in the pre-order process, costing us a quarter again of what we paid for the device in customs charges - something I might add that was expressly stated wouldn’t happen when we ordered.
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I'd also like to know. Although it's likely not going to be the same for everyone.