welcome all international orders.
- The International Shipping Chargers you pay are only for Shipping Costs, your Country (Customs) will add Duties and Taxes to the delivery costs before the item is delivered. They Carrier will let you know the Duty and Tax Costs which will need to be paid before receiving the item by you. Refusal of Delivery because of High Duties and Taxes may not be fully refundable to you since some countries custom regulations will not allow to export the item back even if it's refused (in that case PMG will not issue the refund), if item is returned to us, we will deduct the shipping costs from the refund once we receive the item back (please note they will charge us for shipping two ways).
- Cost of international shipping can vary greatly based on Country and your address within that country. Please contact us for custom quote, if you would like other options. On average you can expect to pay $50-60 for 0-2 KG package for UPS Express/Expedited. We can also use USPS (US Post) which is slightly cheaper but find them less reliable than UPS.
- UPS (United Parcel Service) is our preferred method of shipping with delivery times 2-6 days typically. USPS Express Mail International delivery time varies from 1-5 weeks, usually 5-10 business days.
- If shipping to Canada by UPS Standard you will be billed UPS brokerage fees on top of taxes and duties.
- We accept PayPal as the international payment method. Please
make sure the shipping address recorded with your PayPal account
matches the shipping address you provide to us while checking out on our
website. If addresses do not match we must ship to the address
associated with the payment method (PayPal) We are not responsible for
any fees for re-routing packages to a different address. Customers are responsible for any duty and tax-related fees and costs, we cannot reduce the value of the items to save on duty.
- Customers are responsible for any duty and tax-related fees and costs.
- As soon as you buy a product from a non-EU country, then effectively you become an importer and become liable to Customs and Excise Duty as well as Value Added Tax (VAT) payments. If the terms of sale do not specify another arrangement, the goods would normally be held by the Customs Authority at entry, pending the payment of duty and tax. More on this here: