Tax Policy



You are responsible for all import duties and duties that may be charged when the article passes through customs. When your ordered goods arrive in your country, you must pay taxes. We advise you to familiarize local tax regulations before ordering. Cyanxiii can not give you advice or information about your country's tax rates and tariffs.
If you refuse delivery of a parcel due to import duties or taxes, you assume all liability for all costs involved in returning the item to us.You are also liable for any import duties or taxes incurred during the return process.



The following factors may influence tax.
A. The value of the goods. If you purchase a large quantity of goods, it may generate higher tax charges than a smaller quantity of goods.
B. The package contents. For some countries, tax varies based on the type and use of the product. Some categories are considered dangerous goods, hence some of the goods are forbidden from entering into certain countries. For some other countries, tax will be higher if the goods belongs to special categories.



We do not add any additional charges or taxes in our country. Possible additional costs to you may include:
Bank transfer charges,
Paypal charges,
If you are re-selling or drop-shipping goods from Cyanxiii, please ensure you are abiding by the tax and other regulations related to selling goods in both your home country and the destination country.



Companies importing anything to Brazil are supposed to state their "CNPJ" number, and individuals are supposed to state their "CPF" number on invoices.
So if you want us to ship your order to Brazil, please make sure you give us the correct "CNPJ" or "CPF" number so that the package can quickly pass through customs.




Effective February 2018, VAT is applicable in some middle eastern countries (such as the KSA and UAE).But we will bear the cost of VAT, and the advertised price displayed for goods sold by are inclusive of any applicable VAT.


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