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If anyone from Australia buys this hefty keyboard and they find out later that one or more keys aren't working, what do we do then?
PLEASE don't tell us to send it back to you in the US because then it'll mean this purchase starts climbing into costings similar to GON-like territory, only his keyboards are absolutely perfect upon arrival.
i'm from Germany, my shipping is $33.50 and i've to pay 19% customs. How much are shipping cost and customs for you?
The case you describe happened to me once and MD covered all the costs of extra shipping, but i lost the 19% customs, this can't be claimed back here in Germany. But i had the choice of getting a new keyboard instead of getting my money refunded.
If i would have taken a new keyboard we have the opportunity by special declaration that this is an exchange, so i wouldn't had to pay customs twice.
Of course, i don't know how this is handled in Australia.
In Australia, we don't pay customs fees on anything worth less than 1000AUD (~675 Euro).
Ty for your answer, this sounds good and i could have saved a nice amount of bucks having this rule here too :-)
For now, BUT our Mad Abbott wants to include GST payment upon all goods purchased overseas above $20.00AUD.
Unbelievable how a moron like this got himself into power here......
Your shipping fee of only $33.50 is a dream come true, here where I live it's a minimum by Air, $86.00AUD without insurance.
It's the weight of the keyboard that shall incur this price markup by Australia Post.