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Thread: Dutys, fees, taxes, ect,, On Expired film Shipped from the UK to the USA

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    Re: Dutys, fees, taxes, ect,, On Expired film Shipped from the UK to the USA

    Quote Originally Posted by Helcio J Tagliolatto View Post
    If you lived in Brazil: 60% duty $2400
    18% VAT $ 720
    Adm. Tax $ 75

    Your beloved lens will cost 7195 U$. A little contribution to maintain Brazilian highly incompetent and corrupt politics...

    note to self....visit brazil....do not live there.....
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    Re: Dutys, fees, taxes, ect,, On Expired film Shipped from the UK to the USA

    Quote Originally Posted by vinny View Post
    I've purchased film from there (fuji direct) and didn't pay any fees. Not sure why it being expired would make any difference, it's not bananas!
    xrays can ruin any film, regardless of format or emulsion. I've never had xray issues.
    I, like Vinny have bought from the same place with no problems on fees or x-ray issues. Jim

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    Re: Dutys, fees, taxes, ect,, On Expired film Shipped from the UK to the USA

    Quote Originally Posted by eddie View Post
    note to self....visit brazil....do not live there.....
    Honest Brazilians agree!

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