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1,000 bonus Nectar points when you send a parcel with DHL in December

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1,000 bonus points when you send a parcel with DHL in December
mehul25 Avatar5d, 20h agoFound 5 days, 20 hours ago10 Comments
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matwalaboy
simonspeakeasy
luvsadealdealdeal
what's 1000 worth in real money?
£5 as a rule (though there are exceptions that can make those points worth more).
Don't think you can send anything cheaper then that with DHL for this to be a deal - unless of course one was anyways sending something through DHL.
Huh? Like seriously...?
simonspeakeasy
luvsadealdealdeal
what's 1000 worth in real money?
£5 as a rule (though there are exceptions that can make those points worth more).
Don't think you can send anything cheaper then that with DHL for this to be a deal - unless ofcourse one was anyways sending something through DHL.
luvsadealdealdeal
what's 1000 worth in real money?
£5 as a rule (though there are exceptions that can make those points worth more).
what's 1000 worth in real money?
good deal :)
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DHL Express UK offers & cashback: Book online and get £4 cashback + £2 cashback through Quidco

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Book online and get £4 cashback + £2 cashback Guaranteed payment by 24 April (VIA Quidco) The site offers a substantial discount of up to 50% when booking online, an offer that is likely to appe…
mryasini Avatar2y, 9m agoFound 2 years, 9 months ago2 Comments
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I work for dhl and can definitely say very quick and tracking on all orders I wont be telling my customers about this deal (more work for me)
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DHL REDUCE IMPORT VAT COLLECTION FEE to £1.25 on lower value items

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DHL have reduced there collection fee on lower value items to £1.25 . since USPS charge £12 Royal mail charge £8 to collect from DHL site The growth of Internet shopping has led…
So So Avatar4y, 9m agoFound 4 years, 9 months ago48 Comments
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dhl INCLUDE the delivery fee when applying taxes and fees. also if you get your parcel delivered to a work or business address they automatically apply the business fee which is 10 quid admin fee with no way to explain as their letter says 7 days to pay up or collection agency. their letter takes 3 days to arrive from the date, then 2 days weekend, leaving you 2 days to pay for an incorrect fee or face debt collector charges. who else sends a letter with effectively 2 days to pay (in my case). you pay at hsbc bank, my nearest is 30 miles away!disgusting!
Shine600
custardy
shez786
I have been trying to look into this could you kindly post any links or info you have on the subject thanks

custardy
paul_merton
I had Parcelforce slap an £8 fee on a $30 package. I paid the import duty but refused to pay the £8 because I hadn't agreed to it, nor did they give me any opportunity to pay the import duty myself. They said they'd invoice me for the £8 separately, but never did, and I still received my package.

To be honest, even £1.25 seems extortionate if the import duty still only comes to a fiver. You're effectively paying £1.25 interest on a £5 loan, even if you pay a few days later. Makes Wonga's rates look cheap.


im amazed people still trot this line out
you can do your own clearence
however that needs to be sorted before the package hits the UK HMRC
so if you dont want to pay a fee,sort out your own clearence

http://www.businesslink.gov.uk/bdotg/action/detail?itemId=1082224979&type=RESOURCES


Totally brilliant - until I read this bit at the end - 'However, as a manual procedure there could be a considerable delay in the receipt of your goods.'

Is this what you've found yourself, Custardy?


never done it
I simply pay the fee or take the gamble with Royal Mail my packet slips through the cracks
treat the fee as an expedited clearing system
If time isnt an issue then do it for free
The point is people always come out with the " I never got a chance to pay" when infact they could
custardy
shez786
I have been trying to look into this could you kindly post any links or info you have on the subject thanks

custardy
paul_merton
I had Parcelforce slap an £8 fee on a $30 package. I paid the import duty but refused to pay the £8 because I hadn't agreed to it, nor did they give me any opportunity to pay the import duty myself. They said they'd invoice me for the £8 separately, but never did, and I still received my package.

To be honest, even £1.25 seems extortionate if the import duty still only comes to a fiver. You're effectively paying £1.25 interest on a £5 loan, even if you pay a few days later. Makes Wonga's rates look cheap.



im amazed people still trot this line out
you can do your own clearence
however that needs to be sorted before the package hits the UK HMRC
so if you dont want to pay a fee,sort out your own clearence


http://www.businesslink.gov.uk/bdotg/action/detail?itemId=1082224979&type=RESOURCES



Totally brilliant - until I read this bit at the end - 'However, as a manual procedure there could be a considerable delay in the receipt of your goods.'

Is this what you've found yourself, Custardy?
shez786
I have been trying to look into this could you kindly post any links or info you have on the subject thanks

custardy
paul_merton
I had Parcelforce slap an £8 fee on a $30 package. I paid the import duty but refused to pay the £8 because I hadn't agreed to it, nor did they give me any opportunity to pay the import duty myself. They said they'd invoice me for the £8 separately, but never did, and I still received my package.

To be honest, even £1.25 seems extortionate if the import duty still only comes to a fiver. You're effectively paying £1.25 interest on a £5 loan, even if you pay a few days later. Makes Wonga's rates look cheap.


im amazed people still trot this line out
you can do your own clearence
however that needs to be sorted before the package hits the UK HMRC
so if you dont want to pay a fee,sort out your own clearence

http://www.businesslink.gov.uk/bdotg/action/detail?itemId=1082224979&type=RESOURCES
I have been trying to look into this could you kindly post any links or info you have on the subject thanks

custardy
paul_merton
I had Parcelforce slap an £8 fee on a $30 package. I paid the import duty but refused to pay the £8 because I hadn't agreed to it, nor did they give me any opportunity to pay the import duty myself. They said they'd invoice me for the £8 separately, but never did, and I still received my package.

To be honest, even £1.25 seems extortionate if the import duty still only comes to a fiver. You're effectively paying £1.25 interest on a £5 loan, even if you pay a few days later. Makes Wonga's rates look cheap.



im amazed people still trot this line out
you can do your own clearence
however that needs to be sorted before the package hits the UK HMRC
so if you dont want to pay a fee,sort out your own clearence
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FREE shipment to Europe with DHL (worth at least £60*)

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Simply register with DHL's website and they will give you a free voucher worth at least £60* for one delivery to Europe by 12. You will also be entered into a free prize draw. *Subject to conditio…
colal Avatar8y, 8m agoFound 8 years, 8 months ago2 Comments
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It's aimed at companies, nor individuals.
This is a competition to win free shipments!