Below you will find a screenshot of a typical checkout screen and how to enter your unique IndianMailBox Indian address. If you have a question about using your IndianMailBox address on a retailer's site, please submit a support ticket through your IndianMailBox account and our agents will be happy to assist you.
We do not provide a domestic Indian phone number, but you can create your own. Below you'll find some recommendations of where you can obtain a Indian phone number:
IndianMailBox provides your very own Indian address with a unique suite number. You can purchase from online retailers around the world and ship to over 220 countries and territories. If you are unable to ship to our warehouse, or if your order is canceled by the retailer and they tell you that that they will not ship to us, please contact us.
We also offer a very convenient Assisted Purchase program where we can shop on Indian websites for you.
State sales tax depends on the retailer you order from and the warehouse you ship to. Our Tualatin, Oregon warehouse is completely sales-tax free because the state of Oregon does not charge sales tax. If you are unsure about tax rates, you will be able to see the applicable sales tax presented on the retailer's website during the checkout process.
Yes, you are responsible for paying all customs clearance, duties or taxes. These can be paid in one of two ways:
Yes, we charge a $2.00 USD processing fee for each package we receive into your account. This fee is deducted from your balance when the package is mailed out or disposed. To cut down on these per-package processing fees, many retailers allow you to request your purchases be shipped in as few boxes as possible.
For example, Amazon has an account preference titled "Group My Items into As Few Shipments As Possible," reducing the number of packages received.
We also recommend consolidating multiple packages into a single box before mail out to save up to 80% on the cost of international shipping.