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#752075
casemysta wrote:
Conway wrote:
casemysta wrote:It's at customs clearance. AHHHHHHHHHH. To bad i have to wait for the mail form them via snail mail

Phone or email customs, you'll get quicker action.


What do you tell them?
That you have a guitar sitting with them?

Get the customs entry number from NZ Post or the courier company and then ask customs to email the assessment to you as soon as it's done. Then you can pay it online straight away and customs will give the OK to release it for delivery. Or go out to the airport and pay at the customs office and take the clearance around the corner to the NZ Post depot.
#752078
Conway wrote:
casemysta wrote:
Conway wrote:Phone or email customs, you'll get quicker action.


What do you tell them?
That you have a guitar sitting with them?

Get the customs entry number from NZ Post or the courier company and then ask customs to email the assessment to you as soon as it's done. Then you can pay it online straight away and customs will give the OK to release it for delivery. Or go out to the airport and pay at the customs office and take the clearance around the corner to the NZ Post depot.


There speaks the voice of experience. (He's right, too :eh: )
#752079
Conway wrote:
casemysta wrote:
Conway wrote:Phone or email customs, you'll get quicker action.


What do you tell them?
That you have a guitar sitting with them?

Get the customs entry number from NZ Post or the courier company and then ask customs to email the assessment to you as soon as it's done. Then you can pay it online straight away and customs will give the OK to release it for delivery. Or go out to the airport and pay at the customs office and take the clearance around the corner to the NZ Post depot.



Am i able to do this without receiving the mail saying i owe cash?