Lately, we have noticed some improvement on the part of the Post Office regarding the delivery of international orders. Buyers have been receiving their orders within 15 to 30 days, meaning things have improved a lot compared to what was happening before, where importing something was a real patience test until the product arrived.
But when things are working out right here in the country, the government has a way of winning with people's joy. Now, the Post Office now charge a fee of $ 15.00 for any order from abroad.
Previously, this fee was only levied on orders that were taxed by the IRS, but now passes for non-taxed products as well.
According to the Post Office, this charge expansion for any order is due to the high import increase that has been registered. Thus, it was necessary to extend the charge to inject more money into the operations and thus ensure the good service that has been done.
This is not surprising, as anyone who always cares must have noticed that the Post Office has now charged Chinese stores a higher postage fee, which she had said she would do.