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Thread: aduanas introduce new rule of taxing personal articles

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peterj View Post
    They will always try to screw you, it's in their DNA.
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    That's perfectly said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by william webster View Post
    CAreful ju10.... you'll be accused of scaremongering...

    the times - they are achangin'....

    and why not ???
    Nothing is changing pal same old DR

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    Quote Originally Posted by RDKNIGHT View Post
    Nothing is changing pal same old DR
    I have a friend that he had to go in person to pick up a parcel that was retained by custom, when he arrived a guy outside asked to see the papers and he told to him will be very dificult to get the parcel that they will ask him to pay 15,000.00 pesos but he could get it for 9,000.00, my friend said give me my papers and continue to the office, and he got it himself in 35 minutes. So be careful with those guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by william webster View Post
    CAreful ju10.... you'll be accused of scaremongering...

    the times - they are achangin'....

    and why not ???
    I travel to and fro RD and Canada.
    Going back seldom buy anything except cognac on the plane. Duty free at POP airport is more than off the shelf in Canada.
    Coming I bring extra suitcase of goodies such as tooth paste, and brushes, light clothing I find on sale in boutiques and baseball gear (new) for the kids. Once I brought a gas powered fence post hole driller.
    I have never been denied entry nor paid any duties on such gifts. Also bring all receipts, just in case.
    Does not mean things will not change .... up to now it has been quite civil.
    On the other hand 4 years ago an acquaintance was taxed heavily for the clothes he brought with him.
    He is a Cuban Canadian... doesn't know when to shut up..... price you pay for not being polite.
    Russell

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