It's obvious that this scheme would never work and is only intended for comedic purposes. That includes refusing to work with a potential client if they can't show you they're 100% legit and can be trusted. With that in mind, Nathan decides to rebrand smoke detectors as instruments. But I say that in the most hilarious way. For example, textiles and clothes are often in the 20-35% range, so if you're a clothing company who is claiming that you're importing thousands upon thousands of kilos of lawnmower parts or something, it would be extremely obvious. And if necessary, they will conduct interviews with your family members, former employers or professors etc.
If this is true, one could conclude that this is a comedy show, which is worrisome. The risks associated with falsifying a declaration are so goddamn high it's just not worth it. Created by Nathan Fielder and Michael Koman! Another thing is that people who work in customs clearance just don't have any incentive to falsify a declaration, and the risks are too goddamn high. Please subscribe and post anything Nathan For You related. Major logistics operators just don't have the type of mentality where you don't care if your client seems a bit shady and you let his shit go through because they pay good money.
When necessary, this includes sending employees to the client's production sites overseas and checking, very thoroughly, that whatever it is they make is legit and is legal to import. Christy could have been a little optimistic or, at the very least, found the humor in The Banzai Predicament. The Plan: Musical instruments are shipped tax-free to most countries. The sanctions are very harsh if you voluntarily import goods while lying about their true nature. After being rejected to be played on the radio, Nathan takes a different approach — the news. Armed with a business degree and drawing from his limited life experiences, Nathan gives advice to real people and struggling businesses each week.
If your client is the one who told you to falsify a declaration and you agree to do it, well that makes you an accomplice and possibly the equivalent of a felon: if you get caught, you and your client are both in a lot of trouble. However, it turns out, not even the premise is true. Nathan For You Season 4 Episodes. Nathan holds auditions to find members of a band he is putting together. Please do not: Post someone's personal information, or post links to personal information.
And as we learned tonight, shipping smoke detectors is more costly than most other items, particularly when shipped overseas. Not a big deal, duties are only 1% of federal government income. If a smoke detector was a musical instrument, it would be classified under subheading 9207. Smoke detectors are classified under Harmonized Tariff Schedule subheading 8531. Nathan teaches an international exporter how to ship smoke alarms tax-free. Honestly, though, intentionally classifying something incorrectly to save on duty is usually not worth it, and companies rarely even attempt it.
Nathan is to small businesses what Gordon Ramsay is to floundering restaurants. So after rounding up five of his favorite musicians, Nathan gets to work. In general, though, if you're a reputable company with a long history of no major infractions, you could easily just totally lie about what you're importing for a few shipments here and there without likely ever facing any consequences. If you voluntarily validate a declaration that contains false information, your client won't be held responsible. Furthermore, if you work in customs clearance, you'll be working very closely with the customs administration. So when a logistics company is approached by a new client who comes from a sensitive part of the world ie any country known for manufacturing counterfeit goods on an industrial scale , they take extreme precautions before signing any sort of contract. This includes links to public Facebook pages and screenshots of Facebook pages with the names still legible.
Like I said, the risks are just so high it's not worth it. . For those who don't recall, the idea was that smoke detectors had a very high duty rate, while musical instruments have a very low duty rate, and Nathan sought to save money by classifying smoke detectors as musical instruments. This subreddit is for the fans of Nathan Fielder on the show Nathan For You! Folks, I have bad news. . .
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