Originally Posted by Laki
Do they always get stopped at customs? Bc if they're stopped and you tell Amy and she sends more, what's that as a cost to her? She loses on the first batch and the second one may or may not get through??
Yes, the x-rays pic them up as organic. So they are required to check them, so to ensuring it's not cannibis, other illegal organics and any possible eggs or bugs.
Amy understands Australian customs and requirements. She places the leaves in a ziplock bag, sealed, labels clearly with scientific name and common name, seals package and sends.
Package is intercepted by customs and opened for mandatory check. No issues found, customs place paperwork issuing pass and re-seal. Send them to you.
Package is intercepted by customs and opened for mandatory check. Issue found. Customs contact you directly informing you of package and issue, offer to treat with their irradiation method at cost to you. You will decline, instruct them to destroy the package. Your dealings with customs end.
You contact Amy and inform her that the package was intercepted and destroyed by customs. She will, out of her own pocket, send you a new batch in the same method. No cost to you.
She outlines this when you purchase from her, as well as detailed information on IAL use. Hence why I so strongly recommended her. Daily replies to emails, excellent communication and easy to understand :)