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Figure 4-13—PS Form 2976-A, Customs Declaration and Dispatch Note
have been avoided if the customs declaration was more closely checked by the accepting clerk.   Some of the most common errors are as follows: ·   Mailing  of  used  personal  effects  without indicating so on the customs form. ·   Failure  to  indicate  that  the  merchandise  is  of U.S. origin. ·   Failure  to  indicate  that  the  material  was  taken overseas  after  having  previously  been  in  the owner’s possession in the U.S. Proper  completion  of  customs  declaration  forms will  also  ensure  that  parcels  move  through  customs with a minimum of delay. PS Form 2976 The   following   instructions,   explain   how   to properly complete PS Form 2976 (see figure 4-12). Block  1:   Sender  enters  a  detailed  description  of  the contents.   This includes quantity, material an article is made of such as cotton, leather, silk, etc., brand names, and whether the article(s) are new or used. Block  2:   The  sender  enters  the  dollar  value  of  each article and totals it. Block 3:   The accepting clerk enters the weight of the article expressed in pounds and ounces. Block 4:  The sender marks with an “X” to indicate the type of contents. Block  5:    The  sender  signs  the  customs  declaration form. Block 6:  The sender enters their name and address, the name and address of the addressee, then signs and dates. NOTE:    The  MPO  maintains  the  detached  PS  Form 2976 at the post office for 30 days. PS Form 2976-A The  following  instructions  are  to  be  used  to properly complete PS Form 2976-A (see figure 4-13). Block 1:  Sender enters name and address, just as they appear on the article being mailed. Block  2: Sender  enters  the  addressee’s  name  and address, just as they appear on the article being mailed. Block  3:   Sender  enters  a  detailed  description  of  the contents (model, make, brand names, new or used, and country of manufacture).  The sender must also include the  quantity  and  value  for  each  item.    Enter  the  net weight of each item, if known. Block 4:  Sender marks with an “X” to indicate the type of content. Block 5:  Sender marks with an “X” to indicate proper disposition in case the article is undeliverable. Block   6: Sender   signs   and   dates   the   customs declaration. Block  7:   Accepting  clerk  completes  this  block  only when numbered insurance service is requested.   Enter the insured number from the customer’s receipt. Block  8:   Accepting  clerk  completes  this  block  only when insurance service is requested.  Enter the insured dollar amount. Block 9: Leave the “SDR Insured Value” block blank. Block 10:  Accepting clerk enters only the postage, no fees. Block 11:   Accepting clerk enters the article’s weight expressed in pounds and ounces. 4-19 PCf0412 1 2 5 6 4 3 Figure 4-12—PS Form 2976, Customs - CN22.

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