Orders fulfilled through Gooten and shipped to an international destination can have one of two declared values -- either the production cost of the product (which is typically the lowest cost and doesn't correspond with the price you charged your customer) or an average retail cost of the product (which is the price we generally tend to use when declaring customs value).
What cost will be declared depends on the jurisdiction the package is being shipped out to, as each country has a specific set of rules that deal with this particular topic.
We support shipping to over 170 countries and 140 products and we rely on our vendors and shipping agents to declare the value in accordance with the rules of the destination country. That being said, Gooten has little to no control over the value that's going to be declared on the package, as that is handled by our vendor network and shipping agents. Unfortunately, we can't accommodate requests to declare a specific value on packages.