They estimate VAT before checkout and state that the total does not include shipping and customs Duty yet. The final charge amount (vat and duties) is then displayed on checkout and is in line with what one would expect to pay for customs.You know that for sure or are you assuming? There's a reason why Amazon state import fees deposit instead of just VAt.
They estimate VAT before checkout and state that the total does not include shipping and customs Duty yet. The final charge amount (vat and duties) is then displayed on checkout and is in line with what one would expect to pay for customs.
So no, no assumptions.
Sorry, misinterpreted your post.I was referring more to the Amazon way of doing things vs Newegg since it's still relatively unknown. With Amazon they indicate and take a deposit for all expected import duties and taxes etc and will refund you if they inflate it. You'll only know with Newegg once someone has indeed processed a transaction with Newegg.
Those two sentences are in conflict obviously. Will wait for someone to report back with first hand experience.Additional charges for customs clearance must be fulfilled by the recipient; Newegg has no control over these charges, nor can Newegg predict what they may be.
You won’t be charged additional fees if the actual Import Fees exceed the VAT/GST & Duty we estimated.
Looked at doing that last night, but I am yet to find something that I need that is cheaper there, after all the extra fees etc. Opened newegg.com this morning, saw a nice cheap monitor on promotion, only to find I was on the US newegg and not on the SA newegg - we clearly do not have access to their whole catalog of products and promotions.Has anyone actually placed an order and made payment and recieved shipping info yet?
Yep, unless the headings whereunder these fall, has an impact to the context.Those two sentences are in conflict obviously. Will wait for someone to report back with first hand experience.
That was what I was thinking too, buying stuff you can get locally for just a bit more is meh but now you can buy a bunch of things not available in SA.This is great news because now I don't need to rely on a friend of mine to buy stuff for me and have it shipped to my AGS address. Also I have been eyeing the LG 34GK950F-B monitor because it's not available locally and this gives me another avenue to get it instead of just Amazon.
There lies the truth, I think. You might end up paying a clearance fee, but my gut tells me that you probably won't.AgentJun 6, 2019, 3:51pm
If there is any delivery, brokerage or clearance fees required upon entry though, those would not be covered by this VAT.
Kyle Jun 6, 2019, 3:52pm
OK so any customs fees etc would need to be paid my myself then?
AgentJun 6, 2019, 3:54pm
Yes, that is correct. Not to say there will be any. But if your country does require additional fees for customs that would be at your cost.
On Intel for the moment. New AMD mobos are 4th Gen PCIe which will help with storage solutions.PCIe 3.0X4 is current MAX. You are good to go.
Right after I buy an X470 motherboard... oh well... :-/On Intel for the moment. New AMD mobos are 4th Gen PCIe which will help with storage solutions.
Unleashed by the PCIe 4.0 ready AMD X570 chipset, the MP600 reaches new heights of enthusiast single-drive storage performance, delivering up to 4950MB/sec sequential read – ten times the performance of many SATA SSDs, and fifty times faster than some hard disk drives.