First and foremost is to be honest. If the item was sold for $20, then declare the value of the item as such. Dont declare the true value of the item if it was actually sold for less. The buyer and seller can keep a record of their transaction communications if disputes with Canada Customs arises. You can get these necessary forms from your courier or post office, depending on what shipping method you are using.
Second is to use a method of shipment that doesnt charge brokerage fees. Priority Mail/Xpresspost or FedEx International Economy are two good choices.
by MacGyver edited by Axilla
last modified: 2003-05-31 13:00:57