Unfortunately, we are not accepting purchases outside of the 48 contigious United States, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and Guam via APO/FPO.
However, to answer your question: Yes. For anyone living in the EU or UK, the Brexit Transition Period ends on December 31, 2020. As a result, effective January 1, 2021, new laws will apply to sales between the UK and the EU. This change might make it necessary to review and update the tax processes, and thus we have to make sure you as a fellow customer is aware.
Even Merchants who sell between the UK and EU countries might require VAT registrations in additional countries, or require customers to pay for their own imports and taxes.
There are two popular commercial terms, or Incoterms:
Delivered Duty Paid(DDP). This term indicates that the seller is assuming responsibility for any import costs, such as VAT and duties, that might be payable when goods cross borders. This option keeps your customer from paying unexpected fees or taxes on receipt of the goods, but DDP requires you to manage the import process, and might create VAT registration obligations.
Delivered At Place(DAP). This term indicates that the seller only takes responsibility for shipping the product, and requires the customer to pay any import costs, such as VAT, duties, and clearing fees. This option might keep you from having to manage the import process, but DAP creates unexpected costs for your customer and can result in delayed or returned shipments.
We're responsible for deciding which Incoterms we use, but due to our company still being a start up and not having enough resources to set this up. We have chosen to become a DAP or Delivered At Place.
We must make sure that you as the customer is aware that for most EU member states, you may be required to take on all charges and taxes the state or country you live in might charge you for. This also applies to any other state or country outside of the USA