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Have you imported US ejuice?

Discussion in 'Canada Forum' started by Im a Monster, May 23, 2014.

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  1. Im a Monster

    Im a Monster Full Member

    May 22, 2014
    Winnipeg MB, Canada
    I found a few companies in the US that I'd like to order liquid from. I just need some information before I go about doing so.

    In regards to importing via mail, and Canadian customs/postal service:
    Is there a limit on nicotine content?
    Is there a limit on quantity?
    Will I be taxed?
    What are the chances of my order getting seized, and/or sent back?
    Do american vendors offer free shipping for Canadians?
    What are your experiences in general?
  2. Talyon

    Talyon Vape 4 Life Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Supporting member
    Feb 21, 2013
    1. Legally any nic u import meets the legal dose requirement, depending on who is interpreting the law.
    Rainbow Vapor
    2. Quantity wise, try to keep orders to what u can possibly lose dollar wise just in case. Otherwise your good to go.
    3. there is a possibility u could be charged duty depending on what u order.
    4. Vendors have a harder time with seizures then everyday consumers.
    5. No free shipping that I know of, unless u order from Fasttech. Please correct if wrong.
    6. I've read about some seizures so there is a chance, I've read about long delays but packages went through, personally I've had only one packet opened by cbsa but is was sent along to me with yellow tape on it without incidence.

    I mainly use Canadian vendors but do order every few months from the US.

    It can be a toss up unfortunatly. GL....
  3. luciachan

    luciachan Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 14, 2011
    Toronto, ON
    Some of them allow you to ship it "canuck style" which means they send it under their own name instead of business name which allows for easier border crossing, keep your order under $50 and always ship usps and you shouldn't get duty charges, just contact them ahead of time most of them have experience shipping to Canada
  4. ch2468

    ch2468 Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 22, 2012
    I've had cartomizers stopped once. No problems with bottled juice yet though.
  5. Alter

    Alter Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 2, 2013
    BC Canada
    With US sites I just make a mock shopping cart and go through the checkout and I'm surprised on how many will ship to Canada for less than 10 bucks or free shipping. I've ordered lots of juice from JuiceMafia since they are free shipping over 30 bucks and have good sales on, they will alter the shipping label to "Essential Oils" rather than ecigs they had on my first shipment. I've got juices in less than 2 weeks and as long as a month it all depends on customs and if my package lands in Richmond (fast going through customs) or Mississauga (lost in limbo for up to 2 weeks) and Canada post sending it via wagon train across the country.
  6. Lambada Dave

    Lambada Dave Full Member

    Really solid idea for a thread, and great to hear some first hand experiences with customs. "Essential Oils", eh?
  7. GOTFrog

    GOTFrog Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 14, 2013
    I've been receiving Zamplebox for the states and so do a few of my friends, we never had any issues except 1 of my boxes got stuck for 15 days at customs, but it only happened once
  8. Kagey K

    Kagey K Super Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 17, 2013
    Ive had people buy juice for me and send it from their personal address with no problem. It was about 1000 worth of hardware and about 700 ml of juice and it went through no problem. (That was the biggest order) but if you get it smaller it should go through easy.
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