Nolagirl1964

Happiness is having what you want .............

Arkansas, United States · 360 Sales

Nolagirl1964

Happiness is having what you want .............

Arkansas, United States 360 Sales On Etsy since 2007

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Anonymous on Sep 4, 2012

5 out of 5 stars

Many thanks for all nice beads!

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Shop policies

Last updated on February 21, 2015

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
I accept paypal or money orders. No checks please."If you are receiving a package from overseas (unless it’s from another EU Country), please be aware that it may incur customs charges. Any package assessed by HM Revenue and customs as being liable for customs charges will also incur a Royal Mail handling fee of £8.

Any goods imported into the UK over the value of £18 are liable to import VAT. Gifts between private individuals over the value of £40 are also liable for VAT. Goods and gifts over these values may also be liable for customs duty. You no longer have to pay customs duty for goods up to the value of £135, however you will still be required to pay import VAT and excise duty where applicable."

As a seller, I cannot be responsible for customs and excise taxes incurred by you for shipping into your country. For further information on the subject, please consult your Royal Mail postal office.

If you wish, you may refuse the package but I cannot issue a refund for the shipping charges. If you refuse the package I can refund the purchase price after the item is returned to me.

You may be interested in the link to the HMRC for this information.

http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/customs/post/internet.htm
Shipping
Shipping is first class mail w/ delivery confirmation always.
"If you are receiving a package from overseas (unless it’s from another EU Country), please be aware that it may incur customs charges. Any package assessed by HM Revenue and customs as being liable for customs charges will also incur a Royal Mail handling fee of £8.

Any goods imported into the UK over the value of £18 are liable to import VAT. Gifts between private individuals over the value of £40 are also liable for VAT. Goods and gifts over these values may also be liable for customs duty. You no longer have to pay customs duty for goods up to the value of £135, however you will still be required to pay import VAT and excise duty where applicable."

As a seller, I cannot be responsible for customs and excise taxes incurred by you for shipping into your country. For further information on the subject, please consult your Royal Mail postal office.

If you wish, you may refuse the package but I cannot issue a refund for the shipping charges. If you refuse the package I can refund the purchase price after the item is returned to me.

You may be interested in the link to the HMRC for this information.

http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/customs/post/internet.htm
Refunds and Exchanges
I always give refunds if for any reason you are unhappy. Full refund less shipping. Of course i do not give refunds for lost or broken beads due to shipping. Please purchase shipping insurance.
Additional policies and FAQs
"If you are receiving a package from overseas (unless it’s from another EU Country), please be aware that it may incur customs charges. Any package assessed by HM Revenue and customs as being liable for customs charges will also incur a Royal Mail handling fee of £8.

Any goods imported into the UK over the value of £18 are liable to import VAT. Gifts between private individuals over the value of £40 are also liable for VAT. Goods and gifts over these values may also be liable for customs duty. You no longer have to pay customs duty for goods up to the value of £135, however you will still be required to pay import VAT and excise duty where applicable."

As a seller, I cannot be responsible for customs and excise taxes incurred by you for shipping into your country. For further information on the subject, please consult your Royal Mail postal office.

If you wish, you may refuse the package but I cannot issue a refund for the shipping charges. If you refuse the package I can refund the purchase price after the item is returned to me.

You may be interested in the link to the HMRC for this information.

http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/customs/post/internet.htm