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  1. Frogskins

    Frogskins Oakley Expert

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    As many of you already know, when shipping an item internationally, you have to fill out a customs form.

    Description of item is easy, usually "sunglasses."

    My question is where they ask you to put down the value of the item - is this the same as the selling price?

    For example, if you pay $100.00 for a pair of Oakleys, and then you sell them for $200, do you place the value of the item at $100 or $200?

    In other words, is the value of an item,
    "what's it worth in the current market,"
    what you paid for it,
    or what you sold it for?
     
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  2. Supero100

    Supero100 Oakley Enthusiast Premium Member

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    Put down a number that is plausible, forgettable and smells like something MSRP-y. Start it with $ and end it with .95.
     
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  3. Frogskins

    Frogskins Oakley Expert

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    So generally the Oakley retail price would be a good starting point? (and maybe decrease the amount if the pair is used?)
     
  4. Supero100

    Supero100 Oakley Enthusiast Premium Member

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    Sounds plausible to me...