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Import taxes are implemented by your local government to mostly (but not only) protect your local economy and regulate international trade.
Clearing customs and paying import taxes is the sole responsibility of the buyer/customer. MATHEMATIK cannot be held responsible for customs procedures or if taxes of any kind are charged to you upon delivery of your purchase.
Please bear in mind that import taxes differ from shipping costs added to your order before you confirm your purchase. Import taxes do not go to MATHEMATIK and are usually collected by the carrier on behalf of your local customs authorities.
This is something we do not know as the amount and basis for calculation differ from country to country. Some countries calculate taxes on the value of the item purchased, others calculate on how much online shopping you’ve made in one given civil year. We do have a rough idea of how much is charged to customers from certain countries but we do not keep a database of exact amounts. As an example, if you live in countries such as Israel, Thailand, Indonesia, India, Pakistan, Morocco, or Egypt (the list is not exhaustive), you can expect to pay more than 100 USD in most cases. This is an estimation and is by no means the exact amount you will be charged. Other countries such as Canada, Russia, Switzerland will charge lower rates of 20-50 USD in general according to what has been observed in the past 12 months.