You may be charged additional duties and import taxes when you receive your shipments. 

Delivered at place (DAP). Also called delivered duty unpaid (DDU). This term indicates that I ( the seller) is only responsible for shipping the product and the customer is responsible for paying import costs to the shipping carrier, such as VAT, duties and clearing fees, upon delivery. Some shipping carriers charge additional fees for collecting duties upon delivery if the duties haven't been paid up front.  Therefore,  using the DAP (or DDU) incoterm might result in additional charges to the customer.