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Best way to avoid tax when shopping online outside EU into Poland?


miasto1 2 | 3
12 Jan 2017 #1
Hi, I have lived in Poland for a few years and from my previous experience, it seems like Poland have a very strict custom duty office. They always catch me buying stuff online from Asia and it's very hard to avoid tax here in Poland even though I'm not even a Polish citizen.

My question is: Do they have a custom duty office in every city in Poland or only bigger cities?

I live right now in one of the bigger cities in Poland and it seems like they double check (custom duty) in both Warsaw and this city (Krakow).

What happens if I order to a friend who is living a smaller town, do they also have custom duty office in smaller towns in Poland? Maybe it's easier to avoid tax if you order it to a small town instead of big city? What do you guys think?

I always ask the sellers to declair my package as "20 USD" and it says "Gift" but polish custom duty are very smart, they know all the tricks so it's not easy to fool them.
NoToForeigners 10 | 1,032
12 Jan 2017 #2
@miasto1
So you are openly asking for an advice on how to break Polish law?
OP miasto1 2 | 3
12 Jan 2017 #3
@NoToForeigners ,

It depends on how you see it though. It's never a crime to send a letter.
NoToForeigners 10 | 1,032
12 Jan 2017 #4
@miasto1
I see it just like the law sees it.


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