Well, customs is holding my package from Celga and wants to see the invoice. Celga was so nice and marked the value down to $30 and marked the package as "gift" and "used" and still German customs want to see the invoice because they want to check if it's the real price (obviously not!).
Did this ever happen to you? Am I f***** now?
I know that there is no way I don't have to pay customs I just hope they won't accuse me of being a criminal (customs avoidance and blah)... >_>
And to be honest I just asked Celga to mark it as gift. No marking the value down. Well. Can't do anything.