eezyimport is the first DIY platform for import filings into the US!

We support two main applications:

  • ISF (10+2)

  • Customs Entry Summary (7501)


Using the eezy™ platform requires that you have a U.S. Legal Entity - EIN or SSN, and a valid U.S address.


Our platform will guide you through the process of filing an ISF and Entry Summary, as well as additional functionalities such as:

  • Automatic Importer registration with the CBP - Form 5106


  • Filer Code application for you to be able to file an Entry Summary without a broker. Note that a Filer Code is not required for ISF filing and any importer can file the ISF without a broker when using eezyimport.

  • Automatic Manufacturer registration with the CBP, if needed.


  • Single/ Continuous bond purchase.



The current state of eezyimport

We currently support ISF and Entry filing modules-

  • ISF (10+2) filing for only 10$

  • Entry Summary for only 35$ for our Self filer module (requires a Filer Code), or 65$ for our Broker module.


In case you’re importing a formal shipment and don't have a customs bond, you can purchase a Single Customs ISF/ Entry Bond with us for 45$/ 70$ (respectively) within 48 business hours.

Please check out the full price list here.


By default, you will be getting text and email notifications updated in real-time as they are sent from the CBP and the eezy™ system.


Process and Timeline

An ISF must be filled to the CBP up to 24 hours before the vessel leaves the last origin port.


An Entry Summary should be filed between 5 days before the arrival of the shipment or after the arrival, though we suggest filing the earliest to try and avoid storage fees.



Broker module

Understanding the on-boarding process of our customers, we launched a broker Entry module, allowing importers who don’t have a filer code or don’t feel ready to self file, to file their entry and have a broker overview it.

In the Broker module, the customers are required to enter all the necessary information and upload their shipment documents. Once finished, the broker will review the filling, classify the goods according to CBP regulation, and only then file it to customs for cargo release.

Payments for the service will be done via PayPal and in advance.
Payment of the duties/ taxes (if applicable), can either get done via PayPal or by direct debit with the CBP, also known as the ACH payment method.