You will not be paying to DHL/Post Office any further shipping costs. However, your government may still require you to pay customs taxes and other import charges to clear your parcel through customs upon arrival.
- Goods shipped from another country are usually subject to inbound duties and taxes. The customs duty is a tariff or tax imposed on goods when transported across international borders.
- The price of the goods you purchase does not include these duties and taxes.
- Shipping charges do not include prepayment for your inbound duties; thus, your country's customs may require you to pay these duties and taxes before they release and deliver your parcel.
- What is payable depends on the type of goods, their transactional value, and the package's weight.
- The shipping carrier will then remitted what they collect from you to your country's government on your behalf.