Thread: U.P.S question?
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Old January 25th, 2009, 21:00   #4
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For one, it means that the information about your package has been forwarded to the broker; the broker may not yet be in actual possession of the package. The package is basically cleared with customs by the broker before it physically arrives, in order to expedite its processing.

This is typical for couriers, and as other have mentioned it will result in a huge fee from UPS, in addition to duty, taxes and CBSA handling fees.

UPS blows.
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