Hi, I am hoping someone can offer some advice. I have a new customer in Holland who has ordered some items from me. On discovering the cost of shipping they have decided to come over to the UK spend a few days here, collect the goods and take them back to Holland with them. They are a VAT registered business with a Dutch VAT Reg number. They have asked if I can zero rate the goods as they are vat registered. The problem is I have no idea what proof of export is sufficient in this case. Is there something the customer can do on leaving the country, for example get a signed document from customs? I was thinking I charge VAT and once sufficient evidence has been presented I refund that. However I am struggling to establish how the customer produces sufficient evidence that the goods have left the country. Any help would be much appreciated.