How To Order

How To Order

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With our new shopping cart, making a purchase from Getleotards is very easy. Simply make a selection and ‘add to cart’ and ‘continue shopping’ or ‘proceed to checkout’. When you make a purchase you’ll be asked to provide pertinent information needed to process the sale and ship your leotard to you. You’ll also be asked to provide an email address.

Please contact me before purchasing the ‘Moreau’ or the ‘Twice as Nice’ leotards so we can discuss payment options and shipping costs. Shipping charges are additional and will vary by country and delivery method. When we have worked out delivery costs, I will ask you to use PayPal or wire transfer from your bank to mine. Shipment of ‘Twice as Nice’ leotards are momentarily being done from Europe. For this reason all prices are in both US dollars and Euros.

All of the items in my Amazon store are coming from the United States. When you make an order from my site you will be transfered to Amazon.com. If you are placing an order from outside the U.S. please check to make sure they will ship to your destination. If you have any problems with an order from them, please contact me.

I can be reached at: U.S.A. 928-554-3275 or  contact us by email and we’ll get back to you promptly.

Visit my ‘Twice as Nice’ store often as I’m constantly adding new items!

 

Customs, Duties, and Taxes

 The recipient of an international shipment may be subject to customs brokerage fees, import duties, and taxes after the shipment reaches the destination country. Additional charges are the responsibility of the recipient because we have no control over these government-imposed charges and cannot determine what they may be. Customs policies vary greatly among countries. Please contact your local customs office for information.

 

Tax And Air Mail Packets

Typically, taxes are more often / more strictly applied to courier shipments (UPS, FedEx, DHL) than postal shipments (Air Mail, USPS, EMS). In many countries, for single items, postal shipping is a simple way to reduce or eliminate import taxes.

•However, shipping by air mail is not necessarily a guarantee of avoiding such taxes.