If you are an international shopper, it is important to understand the customs tax policies in your country. When you purchase a product from a foreign country, you may be required to pay customs taxes, which are not included in the product price during checkout. These taxes are paid to your local government and are dependent on the type and value of the product you purchase, as well as your country's import policies.

If you refuse to pay the taxes, two things can happen:

ScenarioProduct PriceShipping FeeTotal Checkout Price
Shipping fees lower than product price$100$20$120$40
Shipping fees higher than product price$5$10$15$0 (Destroyed)

If you refuse to pay the customs taxes, two things can happen. If the shipping fees are lower than the price of the product, the item will be shipped back to the sender, and the remaining amount, excluding customs fees and shipping charges, will be refunded from your total payment. However, if the shipping fees are higher than the price of the product, the item will be destroyed, and you will not receive a refund.

It is important to note that this only applies to imports. If your product is shipped from your country, you will not have to pay any additional taxes. To determine if your product is shipped from outside your country, you can check the shipping carrier used to ship your item. If it is an international shipment, using DHL or FedEx, for example, it means that it is not shipping from your country. If it is a non-international shipment using USPS or UPS, for example, then you will not have to pay any additional taxes.

We recommend that you research the import policies of your area before making an international purchase and inform yourself about the charges you may incur depending on your location. If you have any questions or concerns about customs taxes, please contact your shipping carrier or send us a ticket on pulsar.gg/support