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It should be noted that the consignee must not accept the disputed postal items and instead they must notify the officers of the Communication Authority of Thailand of such disagreement on the assessment.For goods already assessed, if the consignees would like to have a tax certificate, a receipt of payment of duty together with a copy of the notification from the Communication Authority of Thailand must be used when contacting the Postal Customs House.   For postal items of Group 3, the officers of the Communication Authority of Thailand will issue a notification to the consignee to complete the necessary customs formalities at the Postal Customs House or at a Customs House close to the consignee in the provinces.For postal items of Group 2, if the officers consider that the assessment of duties might be disputed, thus creating difficulties in making amendments or requiring the submission of entry or fulfilling other customs formalities or being restricted or prohibited goods, such postal items will be selected and combined with postal items of Group 3 for storage, all customs formalities would then apply under that group.

4. Documents Required for Receipt of Postal Items at the Postal Customs House

A. Document required for fulfilling customs formalities in case of receiving goods by oneself:

1. The notification of overseas postal items.

2. The personal identification card or any cards issued by the government agencies of the consignee whose name appears on the notification.


B. In the case of authority being given to other persons to receive goods on behalf of oneself:

1. The notification of overseas postal items with the authority appointee being filled in details on the back of the notification and duly signed.

2. The identification card of the appointee.

3. The identification card of the appointee.


C. In the case of the consignee being a legal entity, such as a company, a firm or a shop

1. The notification of overseas postal items.

2. The owner’s card or a manager’s card or the appointee’s card or an identification card of a person empowered to sign the documents binding such legal entity.

3. A copy of company registration.

4. A copy of commercial registration.

5     An authorised person must sign and stamp the company seal on the back of the notification of overseas postal items.

Remark : An appointee is not allowed to authorise a third person.

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