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Date Posted: Thu, May 30 2019, 10:10:13"
Author: Dance
Subject: Sorry that doesn't work in all countries..I put a letter in mine saying it was a gift and they still paid stamp duty
In reply to: also mark as 'girls dress' 's message, "The $1000 cap is for items coming into Australia, if you export the destination country have their own value limits. The $1000 cap here is for items purchased overseas and being imported to Australia. If an item is purchased by a friend or relative in the originating country, declared at less than $1000 value and sent to you as a gift - No duty payable. Declare the value at $1050, Duty is payable." on Wed, May 29 2019, 15:59:35"

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