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Nonmailable Articles in International Mail

Items prohibited from being posted (International parcels) by law

Please note that laws/provisions prohibit certain articles sent by international mail.

Also, the destination country may also restrict certain articles to be sent.

International Mail Conditions.

Items prohibited from being posted (International parcels) by law

Parcel mail
(For more details refer to the conditions for the destination country)
Articles that are harmful because of their characteristics or packaging Articles that can cause harm to those who deal with them because of their characteristics or packaging or contaminate/damage other mail or postal facilities.
Narcotics Narcotics and psychotropic substances (excluding ones addressed to those countries who permit the mailing of these articles for medical or academic purposes)
Articles prohibited by the destination country Articles whose import or distribution is prohibited by the destination country
Correspondence All kinds of standard mail excluding those including realistic and interpersonal documents and exchanged between the sender and the receiver, and among their lodgers.However, the following items are allowed:
Documents entirely related to the shipped product, that is, invoices, packing slips, dispatch notes or delivery order notes, which mention only indispensable matters and are unsealed.
Recorded or unrecorded, whether in audio or video, records/tapes/wires, cards for information processors, magnetic tapes, and other similar items and QSL cards, which are exchanged between the sender and the receiver, and among their lodgers.
Live animals Live animals
Hazardous materials Explosive or ignitable substances and other dangerous substances.
Pornographic materials Pornographic or immoral materials
Valuables, etc Uninsured packages addressed to the countries who we exchange insured packages with should not include coins, banknotes, paper money, securities of any kind payable to the bearer, or processed or unprocessed platinum, gold or silver, precious stones, jewels and other valuables.Also insured packages addressed to Canada should not include coins, banknotes, paper money, securities of any kind payable to the bearer, any kind of jewelry, processed precious metals, or scrap precious metal or jewelry.
Radioactive substances Radioactive substances

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