How Much Do I Need to Pay to Declare with an IOSS ID?
Before you import orders of EU countries to CJ, you would need to complete the Declaration settings > IOSS settings on our platform.
Generally, you should select to declare with CJ's IOSS ID or your own IOSS ID, declare with store order amount or CJ order amount. However, some customers may feel confused about the difference between them. One of the differences is about the charging method.
In the following article, we will explain what's the difference between different charging methods.
1. CJ order amount vs. Store order amount;
2. CJ's IOSS ID vs. Your own IOSS ID.
CJ Order Amount vs. Store Order Amount
a. You can use CJ order mount if you don't have your own IOSS number.
2. With the store order amount, the VAT will be charged on the basis of your store price.
CJ's IOSS ID vs. Your Own IOSS ID
a. If you choose to declare with your own IOSS ID, there would be no service fee except for product fee, and VAT. Moreover, the VAT would not be collected by CJ.
b. If you choose to declare with CJ's IOSS ID, there would be a service fee (VAT*3%). For example, if the VAT of your order is $5, the service fee would be $0.15=$5*3%.
After setting a declaration with CJ's IOSS ID, you could view the VAT as well as the service fee while making payments, and the fees can also be viewed in your invoice.
Also, CJ's IOSS ID cannot be chosen if your order's total product value is over €150.
With any confusion, please feel free to contact us.