Ok, kind of an update to my Brastop bad quality debacle... I'm getting the two bras that were made weirdly packaged up to go back for a return/refund, and I notice something highly suspicious on the customs label from when they sent it to me... It's marked as, "Gift," and the value is at 15 GBP! (I paid $64 total!!!) In descriptions, it says "Gift (1)" rather than listing the products I ordered or even the correct number of items I ordered, nothing for tariff number, and it wasn't signed and dated certifying the info is correct. A quick Google search of "International Customs Fraud" leads me to tons of forums all talking about how labels being filled in untruthfully/incorrectly is indeed fraud and illegal. In the past, international orders always come with labels marked as "goods" and then each line item with product name and number. How did this get approved through customs?? Has anyone else seen this before on their international packages? Does anyone know what I should do, or if I should do anything? Any guides/help/report sites I should know of? Sorry this is a bit off topic, but since everyone here has ordered bras, there's a slight chance someone has had a similar experience and knew what to do?
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