What shipping methods do you offer?
|> Can you ship to my country?|
|> Do you provide tracking number?|
|> Custom clearance & taxes|
|> What are the Shipping Methods and delivery times?|
|> Do you offer drop shipping service?|
- Shipping Methods
NextBuying partners with major international shipping companies like DHL, UPS, FedEx, and EMS, Singapore Post, Swiss Post etc.. to offer three shipping methods:
Fast DHL, UPS, Fedex, Shipping: 3-5 Business Days
Singapore Post, Swiss Post : 10-15 Business Days
FREE Shipping : 15-20 Business Days
FREE SHIPPING we’ll ship your items free, choosing the shipping method best suited to the package size and your shipping destination.
*Note: Due to longer customs clearance times, Standard Shipping times have been extended to 15-30 days for Brazil and 10-15 days for all other destinations in Latin America.
- Do you provide tracking information?
After your order is sent out we will send you a tracking number so you can trace the delivery all the way to your door. But you are not the only one watching your delivery progress. Nextbuying staff will track your delivery actively and act fast to deal with any problems. If there is a delay with your delivery, we'll probably already be working on it before you've noticed..
- Do you offer drop shipping service?
Yes, Nextbuying is the preferred drop ship service provider of electronics and cool gadgets right from China. You focus on selling goods, and we will take care of the rest.
- Custom clearance & taxes
- in most cases there is nothing to pay, but if there is, you simply receive a small surcharge bill when you receive the order item.
Orders shipped are stated at the lowest value possible to reduce customs duty value. However, customs duty is out of our control, you are responsible for both finding out information on the duty and paying if a duty is required. We recommend you check before you order to avoid any un expected costs. Orders shipped with express are more likely to be taxed. Nextbuying will assist you fully. Any local sales tax or import duty will be calculated when your goods enter your country: in most cases there is nothing to pay, but if there is, you simply receive a small surcharge bill when you receive the products.