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Tomáš Doležel

Just for info. Aliexpress does not deal with and does not pay Customs Duty, which is charged for shipments over EUR 150. The customs office usually lets more expensive shipments go because Aliexpress declares a lower price of the goods than EUR 150 (which is a fraud against the state). Recently, the customs office detained 2 shipments. Both over 150 EUR. For both, the seller declared a lower price than EUR 150 at customs. At first sale/declared (155/148 EUR). In order for it to pass, the seller divided it into two shipments. Consequence for me. In view of the fact that Aliexpress did not declare IOSS (from which the customs can read that the VAT was paid and from what amount), so the customs requires me. 2x 350 for customs procedures (split into two shipments), 2x postage from customs (cash on delivery), payment of VAT on the entire amount (missing IOSS), payment of CLA. In total, it makes approx. 80 EUR for an order for 155 EUR. Second shipment selling/declared price (516/ 25 EUR). Exactly the same consequence.
For me, the customs office started dealing with shipments again due to false customs data.


She hasn't started, this is how it works from 2021. Ali collects VAT up to €150, that's right.

Tomáš Doležel

I am following up on the previous post... If you received a shipment from China over EUR 150 and it was not considered a customs clearance for you, then Aliexpress declared false information to the customs regarding customs. In order for this not to be detectable by customs from the documents, Aliexpress does not include IOSS in the declaration. The consequence for you is that Customs will want to pay not only CLO, but also again VAT from the sales amount (in which VAT is already included).


You can easily prove that you have paid VAT on Aliexpress. The VAT item is displayed directly in the order, or you just need to download the invoice from the order, it is also stated there. The invoice also shows their VAT number under which they are registered in Europe for VAT payment.