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Figure Lovers Australia!Figure Lovers Australia!

  • 0pt
    Hello everyone~!
    Would anyone be interested in a Good Smile Company group order with me? I'm planning on purchasing a Persona 5 - Joker figma and would love to save a bit on shipping!
    MUST BE ABLE TO DO LOCAL PICK UP FROM MELBOURNE CITY
    11 maand(en) geleden
    0pt
    Heyy, does anyone know of the SAL shipping time to Western Australia? My last tracking update was:

    "Dispatch from outward office of exchange
    Jul 23 07:00
    Handling office
    OSAKA INT (OSAKA)"
    11 maand(en) geleden
    0pt
    AnAbleAngel (1 jaar geleden) #23869519'You will meet the registration turnover threshold if your sales to Australian consumers in a 12 month period are A$75,000 or more'
    If I'm reading that correctly, does that mean sites (businesses) that don't fulfill that condition wont have their AUS-bound products taxed? I'm unsure how other countries do the tax thing but the way this webpage reads - it seems really all up to the overseas business to register for GST, which seems like a turn-off for overseas companies trying to sell goods to AUS-based customers. The whole thing seems clunky, though that's my 5 cents, given my lack of knowledge of how countries' who successfully(?) tax international goods systems work.


    Yeah it still looks like the government doesn't seem to know what they're doing. Probably targeting major businesses like eBay and Amazon, but it'd be impossible to enforce this new law on every international business that meets the threshold. I think other countries impose the tax by charging the recipient once their stuff arrives at the country's customs, and Australia can't do that because it'll just cause them to lose money and so they push the burden upon the businesses we're buying from.
    1 jaar geleden
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    Gabmag10 Bishie Collector
    Anyone here that paints Garage Kits? Looking at getting one or two done! :)
    1 jaar geleden
    0pt
    LovelyIdiot (1 jaar geleden) #23846122Looks like the GST for low value imports are gonna become a thing in 2018 instead now: www.ato.gov.au/...
    'You will meet the registration turnover threshold if your sales to Australian consumers in a 12 month period are A$75,000 or more'
    If I'm reading that correctly, does that mean sites (businesses) that don't fulfill that condition wont have their AUS-bound products taxed? I'm unsure how other countries do the tax thing but the way this webpage reads - it seems really all up to the overseas business to register for GST, which seems like a turn-off for overseas companies trying to sell goods to AUS-based customers. The whole thing seems clunky, though that's my 5 cents, given my lack of knowledge of how countries' who successfully(?) tax international goods systems work.
    1 jaar geleden
    0pt
    Looks like the GST for low value imports are gonna become a thing in 2018 instead now: www.ato.gov.au/...
    1 jaar geleden
    0pt
    Ah dam,

    Supanova, which is one of our only two of our pop culture festivals just passed through Perth (I think Waicon is now a non event).

    Why didn't I think about a meet up over here of us collectors.
    1 jaar geleden
    0pt
    Solarstormflare (1 jaar geleden) #21513029

    Don't worry even on 40 degree+ days in my non aircon house I have never had an issue! ><
    1 jaar geleden
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    Katto (1 jaar geleden) #21514403Congrats!
    I've been collecting for a while and my figures have gone through many summers here in Melbourne :) No issues with melting. The melting point of PVC is far higher than 40 degrees so don't worry.
    The worst you'll get is potentially a bit of warping but that's an easily repairable issue, and the only way to really avoid it is to just keep the house cool and buy figures that don't put a lot of unbalanced weight on delicate parts. ^_^

    Thank you! Really helpful uwu
    1 jaar geleden
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    Katto SHSL Magical Girl
    Solarstormflare (1 jaar geleden) #21513029Hi everyone! I managed to get my first figures, yay!
    Also, I was wondering; It's not so much a problem in tassie at the moment because it's literally only four degrees right now, but I think I read somewhere that if your figures are kept at like forty degree temperatures they can melt etc. Has anyone on the mainland had this problem/any ideas on how to prevent it and keep your figures cool and out of the sun? Thanks!
    Congrats!

    I've been collecting for a while and my figures have gone through many summers here in Melbourne :) No issues with melting. The melting point of PVC is far higher than 40 degrees so don't worry.

    The worst you'll get is potentially a bit of warping but that's an easily repairable issue, and the only way to really avoid it is to just keep the house cool and buy figures that don't put a lot of unbalanced weight on delicate parts. ^_^
    1 jaar geleden
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