From time to time the IRS seizes numerous products (such as the one just occurred in SP ) that try to enter the country illegally (without the necessary documentation or taxes paid).
And what happens when the owner of these goods refuses to pay the required fees? – they are sold at auctions.
In the newest one, which involves goods seized at Viracopos airport (Campinas – SP), the entity is providing 235 batches of products from various categories, including, of course, electronics and computer equipment (our main focus).
Among the most interesting devices in this niche are, for example, the Lot 14, which includes two iPhone 6 (one 16 GB with accessories and another without accessories and without specified storage) for $ 300.
In Lot 70 we find three iPhone 6 models (16 + 64 + 128 GB) all including accessories and priced at $ 400. At 195 we have, for example, a 16 GB iPhone 6 Plus and a motorcycle helmet for $ 10. 500
Already in Lot 209, RF offers a 256 GB iPhone 8 Plus (with accessories) and two motorcycle helmets for $ 1200. Finally, another item that caught our attention was the gift in Lot 123 – it is a Google Glass Explorer Edition.
You can check all batches at this link; remembering that RF does not mail items (ie you need to pick them up in person in SP) and some may only receive bids from businesses.
Another very important thing that interested parties need to know is that to be able to bid, you need a valid CPF, registration on the IRS website as well as a digital certification.
Bids may be bid up to July 30th – payment for those who can bid is made in cash or with a 20% down payment (with the rest being paid within eight days).
Still talking about seized products auction, apparently, the RF surveillance team is wide-eyed the products that are trying to illegally enter our market, and evidence of this was the recent seizure of products worth an estimated $ 1 million in Catalan.
The goods withheld are at the RF warehouse in Goiânia, where the responsible company will have a deadline to present their tax documents and prove their regularity, with an estimated fine of R $ 1.5 million, if the documentation is not presented.