BUYECHINA'S OCTOBER SPECIALS HALLOWEEN!
Enjoy Up to Goods are 70% OFF,
and shipping costs are as low as Free Shipping
Go Shopping!
Insurance and Compensation
If your parcel is lost or damaged, we will assist you in claiming for compensation from the logistics providers.


Compensation Rules for Parcel Loss

1.The compensation rules of logistics providers refers to the compensation standards for parcel loss and damage (including partial loss) stipulated in the service agreement or published on their website when they provide logistics services for Ebaychn.

2.If you confirm that your parcel is missing or damaged.

3.Kindly reminder for parcel damage and partial loss:

  1. ) No compensation for fragile products.
  2. ) Freight is not refundable
  3. )Need to prove that the damage is caused by the improper transportation of the logistics provider, which will lead to difficulty in claiming for compensation
4. Please read the following compensation rules carefully. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our customer service



Generally, the following is required when you apply to the logistics providers for parcel query and compensation:

1. Evidence that the foreign logistics provider confirms that the parcel is lost / not delivered / cannot be found, and the parcel-related proof issued by the recipient and the local courier is equally effective.

2. Evidence that the recipient confirms the parcel is not delivered, which shall include the parcel number, waybill number, name and address of the recipient, etc.

3. Screenshots including these of order information, product name, quantity, amount etc., or proof of purchase of online transaction for the product.To claim compensation from DHL, you also need to provide commercial invoice and letter of claim.

4. Other kinds of written query forms, claim forms, waybills, payment vouchers, etc. required by logistics providers.


The timeframe for parcel processing starts from the date the parcel is sent out, and the new compensation rules come into effect on 6 August, 2020 (Beijing Time), and apply to parcels sent after that time.


Disclaimer

1. Caused by Force Majeure (except insured parcel) (parcel loss or damage mentioned above);

2. Items confiscated by the competent authority or dealt with in accordance with the relevant regulations due to delivery in violation of the provisions on prohibited or restricted articles ;

3.The parcel is intact without any traces of disassembly and its weight is not reduced during delivery, while the inner parts are missing or damaged;

4. The parcel has been signed off;

5. Loss or delay of the parcel due to the customer’s fault or the cause of the item itself;

6. There is no query or claim for compensation within 7 days after the parcel has been signed off or 45 days after it has been shipped (click here for the details of validity of the application for after-sales service);

7. The international parcel is seized, confiscated or destroyed by the country of destination in accordance with its domestic laws and regulations.


Prohibited items


Prohibited items for delivery

1. Items prohibited by national laws and regulations from circulation or delivery;

2. Explosives, inflammables, corrosives, radioactives and toxics;

3. Reactionary newspapers, books or obscene items;

4. Various currencies;

5. Items impairing public health;

6. Perishables;

7. Living animals (except bees, silkworms and leeches whose packaging can ensure the safety of delivery and staff);

8. Items with improper packaging that may endanger personal safety, pollute or damage other shipping equipment;

9. Other items not suitable for delivery.


Items prohibited by postal practice

1. The nature of the item or its packaging is suspected of hurting the postal personnel or defacing the shipment or postal equipment;

2. Items with sharp edges such as metal buttons for sealing, which may hinder shipment processing;

3. All kinds of firearms, ammunition, explosives, inflammables, corrosives, radioactive elements and containers, strong poisons, narcotic drugs, biochemical products and infectious substances;

4. All kinds of publications, propaganda materials and printed materials that endanger social security and stability and are obscene;

5. All kinds of items that endanger public health;

6. Documents or items prohibited from entering or circulating by the other party;

7. In addition to the above general regulations, the relevant regulations of the customs department shall also be followed.


Taiwan Post regulations of prohibited delivery

1. The nature of the item or its package is suspected of hurting the postal personnel or defacing the shipment or postal equipment;

2. Items with sharp edges such as metal buttons for sealing, which may hinder shipment processing;

3. Inflammables, explosives or other dangerous items. However, if the filing institution uses special methods to package the perishable biological materials sent to each other, and the relevant competent department issues the transportation certificate, it shall not be subject to this restriction;

4. Living animals, but bees, silkworms, leeches, parasites sent to each other by the filing agencies or insects for the elimination of pests are not subject to this restriction;

5. Radioactives;

6. Opium, morphine and other narcotic substances. However, this restriction shall not apply to items that have been approved by the relevant competent authorities and issued transport vouchers or documents prepared by judicial organs or judicial police agencies for the purpose of litigation evidence, and are sent to each other as insured or declared parcels, or used as insured parcels for medical or scientific research, but are approved to be sent to the bureau;

7. Documents or items with obscenity that impair decency. However, this restriction shall not apply to registered letters or parcels sent to each other for the purpose of evidence in litigation as evidenced in writing by judicial organs or judicial police organs;

8. Documents or items prohibited from entering the place of destination;

9. Documents or items prohibited from being sold and manufactured by relevant competent authorities in Taiwan. However, However, this restriction shall not apply to registered letters or parcels sent to each other for the purpose of evidence in litigation as evidenced in writing by judicial organs or judicial police organs;

10. Lotteries and leaflets related to lotteries. However, this restriction shall not apply to registered letters or parcels sent to each other for the purpose of evidence in litigation as evidenced in writing by judicial organs or judicial police organs;

11. Contraband under other laws and regulations.