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Old 12-12-2012, 04:03 PM   #51 (permalink)
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I only had great experiences with Leaf, to give you an example.

A mystery redemption got me a 2007 Exquisite Football Box, I had to pay close to $110 for custom fees and with redemptions or replacements that usually is and should not be the case.

Leaf forwarded me the money I would have to pay the postal service which was pretty amazing .

Kuddo's to Leaf .
I know I'm late to the party on this one - but you asked Leaf to pay for your countries taxes and customs charges? Brass balls my friend...
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Old 12-12-2012, 05:09 PM   #52 (permalink)
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I know I'm late to the party on this one - but you asked Leaf to pay for your countries taxes and customs charges? Brass balls my friend...
with redemptions there should not be any, have gotten numerous redemptions and a lot of them were way more high end from all major companies and never had to pay a dime.

leaf told me that they indeed made a mistake and from now one charges wont be brought to overseas collectors .
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with redemptions there should not be any, have gotten numerous redemptions and a lot of them were way more high end from all major companies and never had to pay a dime.

leaf told me that they indeed made a mistake and from now one charges wont be brought to overseas collectors .
How did they make a mistake though? Did they claim the value on the package?
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Yes, and a high value for that matter.

Oh well .
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Old 12-13-2012, 04:53 PM   #55 (permalink)
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I know I'm late to the party on this one - but you asked Leaf to pay for your countries taxes and customs charges? Brass balls my friend...
He didn't buy anything, so why should he be paying taxes for something he already owns but they just couldn't put it into the product?
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He didn't buy anything, so why should he be paying taxes for something he already owns but they just couldn't put it into the product?
You sure it's not similar to a "lottery" winnings?
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You sure it's not similar to a "lottery" winnings?
Absolutely

He didn't buy a lottery ticket where you're not guaranteed anything, he's guaranteed whatever comes in the box, just because what came in his box didn't physically fit inside the box, he shouldn't have to pay extra to then get that item.
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Absolutely

He didn't buy a lottery ticket where you're not guaranteed anything, he's guaranteed whatever comes in the box, just because what came in his box didn't physically fit inside the box, he shouldn't have to pay extra to then get that item.
Let's try this.

What did Leaf put on the customs form that cause there to be taxes owed, and what should have been put on the customs form so that no taxes would have been owed?
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Old 12-13-2012, 05:30 PM   #59 (permalink)
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Let's try this.

What did Leaf put on the customs form that cause there to be taxes owed, and what should have been put on the customs form so that no taxes would have been owed?
Frankly I don't know, but I just don't see why he should have to pay for something that he technically already owns and didn't have to pay for, it was just being shipped to him.
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Frankly I don't know, but I just don't see why he should have to pay for something that he technically already owns and didn't have to pay for, it was just being shipped to him.
Well, I agree - I've never been a fan of the import fees. However, the import laws are made by the individual countries. More than likely, Leaf "declared" the value of the item they sent - and probably insured it (due to it's value). That's the legal and proper way to send the package. Leaf was nice enough to pay the taxes, but it really wasn't their responsibility or fault.


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